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Didn’t Think you could have a Dressing Room in your London Home? Think Again!

How many of us have dreamt of having a walk-in wardrobe like we’ve seen in the movies? And how many of us have dismissed the idea outright as something we’ll never be able to have? 

Well, it’s time for London homeowners to think again, for a funny thing is happening all over the capital: many people are adding a touch of luxury to their lives, with a loft conversion dedicated purely to their clothes!  

If you’d like a special home for your clothes, but don’t have the room in your bedroom, here are some ideas for converting your loft space into a dressing room: 

A Lot of Luxury 

Just imagine the scenario: you no longer have to fight for space in front of the mirror, you’ve got plenty of room to get ready, and your clothes and shoes are easily accessible in your spacious, place-for-everything wardrobe. Yes, this could be your reality if you convert the whole of your loft in to a dressing room! 

It may sound extravagant, but think about it: you’re probably already storing your clothes in the loft seasonally, so why not make it more of an official dressing space? The whole loft can be converted to include plenty of storage, lots of light and mirrors and bespoke wardrobes for optimal organisation. 

Furthermore if in the years to come you need to use the room as a bedroom the space can be easily transformed by adding a bed. A bedroom will have use of the existing wardrobes, after all. 

A Little Luxury

 If you can’t justify converting your whole loft into a dressing room, why not use just a small part of the space as a walk in wardrobe and dressing area? It’s easy to section off an area for this use, and bespoke walk-in wardrobe fittings will also help you avoid clutter in your new room. 

If you’re looking to add value to your home in London, loft conversions that go that extra mile with little touches such as master suites featuring en suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes are always a winner.   

Awkward Spaces? Don’t Miss Out on the Luxury! 

 If you live in the London suburbs, in a farmhouse, for example, it may be that you have several odd loft spaces which seem difficult to use. These are actually ripe for conversion into a dressing room. 

Traditional homes and farmhouses often have tight, narrow lofts which are divided up in the eaves of the house between bedrooms, so if you’d like to make one of these into a dressing room, speak to Bespoke Lofts. 

Whether you’ve got a little or a lot of space, for homeowners in London, loft conversions offer the ideal dressing space. Have a think about how you could use the space available to you. Your wardrobe will thank you for it.

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