When Mel and Richie bought their home in Wimbledon, they intended to renovate their loft but didn’t want to do so right away. However, they required more space due to a growing family and so considered their options. Comfortable with the area they lived in and the convenience of their child’s school being nearby, they didn’t want to move, and so, opted to convert their loft.
We were delighted to work with Mel and Richie to deliver a tailored solution in a short time frame. Our design consultants worked closely with them to create a design for their loft which accommodated their needs and their project manager worked with them from inception to completion, ensuring they were informed throughout the process.
We created a spacious double room with an en-suite bathroom and multi-purpose room in their loft. The conversion incorporated built-in storage tucked into the eaves, in order to make optimum use of space, and the project involved raising the ridge.
A resounding success, the project was completed just in time for the arrival of their newborn. Mel and Richie are ecstatic, as the tailored conversion incorporated an extra bedroom en-suite and a hobby room, and a graceful staircase leads up to the new floor. Masterful design and brilliant use of space are uniquely embodied in the new loft, and the rooms are unified by a grey colour palette, which infuses the loft with elegance and comfort.
Originally considered to be a master bedroom at the top, the tranquil spot now serves as their child’s bedroom, and more space was generated with bespoke built-in storage under the eaves. Two Velux windows create a feeling of openness and the bedroom is awash with natural light. To Mel’s delight, she can now carry out her artistic endeavours, such as sewing quilts and cushions, in the new hobby room.
Landmark Lofts are part of the Landmark Group – the only loft conversion and extension company in London who are affiliated with and recognised by The Chartered Building Company (CIOB), Chartered Architectural Practice (RIBA) and also Chartered Building Surveyors (RICS).
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