Having lived in their end of terrace property for a few years, Claire and John felt they needed more space to accommodate their growing family. In considering their options, they thought about upsizing in the same area, however, converting their attic would be more affordable. Although they didn’t set out looking for an environmentally friendly solution, that idea became more appealing the more they thought about having a loft conversion.
At Landmark Lofts, we take pride in working with a client to accomplish their vision and satisfy their needs. This project presented an exciting opportunity to create a design that would suit the family’s needs. The project manager researched, designed and installed bespoke built-in cupboards in their bathroom focusing on making the best use of space. The project also involved breaking through two rooms downstairs to create a larger living area, as well as a light tunnel above the kitchen.
The new project added a substantial 350 square feet of additional living space to their property. Claire and John are pleased with the result which has created an expansive master bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a bedroom for one of their children, and it also involved a refurbishment of their kitchen.
Both rooms feature Velux windows, which let natural light flood into the rooms. The windows are undressed, creating a clean visual. The design also incorporates built-in storage in the eaves of the bedrooms, demonstrating efficient use of space. The family is happy with the extensive development of the kitchen area, which complements the design of the existing property.
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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