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How to Save Space in your Loft Conversion Bathroom

But what if you don’t quite have enough space in your new loft room? Here’s how to save some space to create a loft conversion bathroom.

Most homeowners will look to add a bathroom as part of their loft conversion. It makes sense: not only will it mean you won’t have to go downstairs every time you need to use the conveniences, but also, it adds value if you ever come to sell your home.

But what if you’ve only got a tiny amount of space to give over to a loft conversion bathroom? Well, it still makes sense to include one if you can, even if it’s only a cloakroom toilet.

There are plenty of clever tricks that can be employed when carrying out loft conversions. Essex residents, here’s how you can save some space for that all important bathroom.

Space Saving Fixtures and Fittings

In this day and age where many of us are trying to cram a second bathroom into our homes, there are plenty of space saving basins and toilet units available. You can even get half-size bathtubs if you want to squeeze one in!

Similarly, speak to your loft conversion company about any shower unit you may be looking to include. There might be one which suits the space you have available better, so it’s worth examining all your options. As an alternative, how about a wet room?

Do Away with Doors

Did you know that doors on ensuite bathrooms are actually optional? OK, so this may not be for everyone, but if you’re comfortable with a free flowing open plan type bathroom and bedroom set up, it could save you some space.

Alternatively, opt for sliding doors which take up less space within the room than normal doors.

Clever Storage

You will likely have to think about your storage in your new loft conversion as a whole, and you may find it easier to include some storage for the likes of towels and toiletries within the main room of your loft conversion. But if you do want some storage for these items within the bathroom, how about a hanging rack above the bath or toilet to save on space?

Think about your Décor

A clever little illusion can be created with your choice of loft conversion bathroom décor. By this we mean using the likes of light reflecting paint where possible, and the same tiles throughout the bathroom, possibly extending into the main room within the loft. This will create a seamless look throughout your new rooms.

No matter how much space you have, getting the most out of it comes with employing a loft conversions specialist. For a free, no-obligation quote, why not get in touch with Bespoke Lofts to see how we could make the most of your space?
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