Loft ConversionContemporary Bathroom, London

This is an example of a medium sized contemporary ensuite bathroom in London with a claw-foot bath and ceramic flooring. —  Houzz
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Sarah Alcroft added this to Why You Should Make Space For This Unexpected Bathroom Item5 February 2018

Get good woodA wooden chair chimes with the flooring in this bathroom-bedroom to help link the two zones, and stands out nicely in the white space.The simple wooden design is perfect for a steamy spot, but you could also consider one with an upholstered seat – an idea worth taking up if an armchair just won’t go in your bathroom, but a more yielding perch is desirable.

Kate Burt added this to Add Character to Your Bathroom With Well-chosen Accessories24 July 2017

Take a seatSometimes accessorising and adding character can be so simple. Isn’t it amazing how dramatically that old wooden chair warms up this all-white loft bathroom. Even though the space already has a pretty claw-foot bath and shutters to add interest, that chair is the star. It’s also useful!A classic antique style like this bentwood will work with so many interior styles, not just a room with a bit of a Victorian theme like this one. It’s worth seeking an original if you want to add character…

Tugman Studio added this to A Beginner’s Guide to Loft Conversions10 July 2017

Find the space you needWhile it’s sometimes possible to find the extra room you need within your home by reorganising what you already have, if you want to add a whole new room (or rooms), usually the most cost-effective way to do this is to convert a loft space. Compared to an extension, which will typically involve expensive foundations and groundworks, a loft conversion is built onto a structure that’s already in place, so it will usually be cheaper, quicker and easier to achieve.

VORBILD Architecture added this to 12 Ideas for Loft Conversions to Suit Your Budget26 June 2016

Roof light conversion with bathroomIf your roof space is large enough, you might consider adding a bathroom to your simple loft conversion. Imagine having a very private, roomy and light-filled bathing space with a freestanding tub, as in this gorgeous example. Another trick here is to have low-level storage in the eaves wherever possible.Discover how the right stairs could be key to your loft conversion

Coral Interiors added this to 14 Tricky-shaped Windows and How to Dress Them28 December 2015

Tiny windowsThis small window – another circular design – creates a fantastic focal point and has been finished with wooden shutters, which visually square-off the window and allow privacy in an instant.

Tugman Studio added this to Architecture: How to Design a Loft That’s More Than a ‘Box on a Roof’2 November 2015

Make a virtue of the slopesLoft rooms have something that ordinary rooms usually don’t – sloping ceilings. These can frequently be seen as problematic, but they can also be opportunities. Here, the geometry and symmetry of the roofline has been celebrated with the addition of roof windows either side and the positioning of a freestanding bath. The ‘hero’ element the bath takes on – almost like an altar in a church – creates a wonderful, uplifting bathroom space.Browse 10 inspiring loft bathrooms that utilitse space brilliantly

nuspace - loft conversion & kitchen extension added this to What You Need to Know About Roof Light Loft Conversions31 October 2015

Roof light loft conversions cost less…One of the reasons many people end up going for a roof light loft conversion is they tend to be cheaper than the mansard or dormer equivalents, which involve extending the space externally. Roof light conversions can be up to 25% cheaper.Discover what you need to know when considering a dormer loft conversion

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Evolution added this to Padraig's Ideas8 June 2020

Example of efficient loft conversion.

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