Gain an additional bathroom after a loft conversion.
Adding an extra bathroom, whether it is an ensuite bathroom or one for the whole family to use, is an evergrowing choice for a loft conversion. However, loft conversions tend to have unprecedented spaces, which can make bathroom planning a challenge. Read our top tips on how to make the most of your loft bathroom.
Small bathroom ideas
Loft bathrooms do tend to be on the small side, but that does not mean you can’t have a fabulous bathroom haven. You need to be creative to maximise the space, and there are many ways you can do this:
Loft conversion wet rooms
If you’re having to fit your bathroom into a particularly small space, a wet room may be an option. When creating a wet room, remember that the floor needs to have a slight gradient for drainage and the whole room will need to be waterproofed.
When space is at a premium, doing away with a bath altogether means you might be able to have a larger shower. To create a light and airy feel in a small space, like the image above, using white or light colours helps to make the space look larger.
If your space has a low ceiling, going for the bath only option could be the best use of space. If possible, add a skylight, so the light falls over the bath creating a tranquil refuge for you to relax in.
APT's Loft Conversion Experts are able to take care of the architectural design, feasibility analysis, project management, site surveys and 3D visualisation residential clients within in Kensington Vale and many other areas of London.
Our extensive portfolio to date includes residential projects such as loft conversions, basement conversion and extensions.
We have worked and completed many projects in in Kensington Vale which includes house extensions and loft conversions.
The types of loft conversion that APT Build
ATTIC FLOOR EXPANSION
The attic can be transformed in an ultimately cozy living space where family & friends can spend time and have fun together.
DORMER LOFT CONVERSION
The dormer loft conversion we provide is an extension of the existing roof, that protrudes vertically from a downlard sloping roof. This creates additional floor space and head height within the loft area.
ROOF LIGHT CONVERSION
Because a roof light conversion is not considered to overlook neighbours properties, you don't usually have to apply for planning permission this cuts out alot of the planning paperwork. With this type of conversion Velux windows is the prime choice for slanted roof glazing.
HIP TO GABLE
APT's Hip to Gable extension expands the hip of your existing roof through to the Gable end. This type of loft conversion gives greater roof space and also enables a larger rear dormer to be constructed maximising your interior space. This style is most popular in semi-detached houses.
Once a Truss roof lofts has been converted, they usually offer a larger more spacious room than traditional gabled roofs, thus they add that much more ambient space around your loft.
ROOF LIFT/ ADDIONAL FLOOR
If you need a loft conversion, and your existing attic space doesn’t have the headroom, then a roof lift is the answer. APT Can either perform a roof lift where we raise the ridge line of your existing roof, or we can constructing a whole new floor. These types of structural changes are subject to Planning Permission.
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