6 unique ways to utilise your converted loft space
Contrary to popular belief, loft conversions can be used for much more than just a second bedroom, or storage space. There are a wide variety of unique uses for your converted loft space, so there will surely be a design that perfectly suits your needs, and enhances your home.
If you don’t have a dedicated children’s playroom in your home, then it can be a source of stress for any parent. Toys and miscellaneous items are strewn across every room of the house because they don’t have a particular place to go. A loft conversion gives you a nice, spacious place for your kids to escape to, play in, and keep all of their belongings. Your house will instantly be neater and cleaner, and while they are upstairs it will be much more peaceful for you.
2) Relaxation space
Everyone needs a quiet place in their home to relax and unwind, and if you have children, or an overly stressful job, it can be a godsend. A loft conversion is the perfect space to turn into a cosy, comforting reading nook, and it could even be a small library where you keep all your books. Another relaxing idea would be a ‘zen’ room, so you can meditate or do yoga. The unique shape of loft conversions is ideal for creating a comfortable space full of colourful carpets, incense and cushions. You will feel separate from the rest of the world, in your own relaxing space.
Many people work from home these days and if your house is small then you will be forced to have an office space in your bedroom or living area, which will be very cramped and full of distractions. A loft conversion is the perfect place to have your office, as it is separate from the rest of the house. It could even have a nice view, as well as plenty of space for paperwork and technology.
4) Second living room
If you have a big family, or a particularly small house, then there is never enough space for everyone to spend time together. A loft conversion can be turned into a second living room, which gives you more space to use for your social, family gatherings. Instead of trying to fit everything into one room, the downstairs living room could be a dining area, and your upstairs living space could be turned into a home cinema. One of the sofas could be a fold-out bed as well, so that if you need more space for guests you can transform the second living room into another bedroom.
5) Workout space
A great way to save money on a gym membership is to create a workout space at home, and a loft conversion is the ideal size for this. It is secluded and private, so you can focus on working out without distractions or family members interfering. There will also be enough space for you to keep a range of equipment, instead of having one treadmill in the corner of the living room. You can even design the room with colours or decorations which are motivating and get you in the zone.
6) Entertaining room
For those who love entertaining and feel limited by a small kitchen and a tiny living space, then a loft conversion is the solution. This extra room can be turned into a home bar, an extra kitchen and dining space, or a combination of the two. You can incorporate any interesting roof angles and corners into the design and create quirky focal points. If you can add a rooftop terrace as well then there will be extra space for guests to have their nibbles and drinks, while enjoying the view.
If you are interested in building a loft conversion which is sure to improve your quality of life, then AKB Loft Conversions are the right choice. We are a local, family-run business that is based in Leeds, and caters to customers across all the surrounding areas. Our loft conversions are completed to the highest quality, and with professionalism and skill. To learn more, contact us today.