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Top Trends for Loft Conversions Enfield Wide

Loft conversions are becoming a popular choice for home improvements in Enfield. Being just 10 miles north-northeast of central London - yet still a leafy suburb of a London borough - it's easy to see why it's an attractive place to live. Many residents recognise loft conversions, Enfield wide, as bringing in numerous benefits for the types of properties that populate the borough. 

If you live in Enfield and are looking to transform your loft, here are the top trends to look out for.

Home Office Conversions

Enfield is quite close to the centre of London. Yet, a firm favourite with families and those looking to live outside of the city centre, this market town has a substantial commuter population. Naturally, nowadays many workers are seeking a better work-life balance, and often opt for a day or two working from home. Which is why loft space in Enfield is being used as home office.

Whether you choose to convert your whole loft into a homeworking space or studio, or want to create an extra bedroom with an area zoned for homeworking, this is becoming a trendy choice for Enfield’s attic conversions. Don’t forget that your new upstairs home office can be a chameleon of a loft room if needs be. In fact, it can double as an occasional bedroom with the use of functional storage and furniture such as a day bed.

L-Shaped Conversions

With the many Victorian terraces that make up a large portion of the properties in Enfield, L-shaped loft conversions are becoming popular choices across the borough. L-shaped conversions are favoured in turn of the century terraces. Many of which, for example, have already been endowed with a double-storey. An L-shaped loft conversion can then be created within the attic, making use of the space above the extension.

For Enfield families who live in Victorian terraces, this type of loft conversion will facilitate the gain of a large amount of extra space. This is true particularly when coupled with a dormer window for extra head height. Speak to your loft conversion specialist about what you could achieve with an L-shaped conversion. You may even be able to have a small roof terrace area created as part of the loft extension, perfect if you are lucky enough to have some of the leafy green of the borough nearby from which to admire the views.

Loft Conversions with Character

With many of the homes in Enfield being period properties including Victorian terraces, Georgian family homes, and 1920s and 1930s semis, many homeowners want a loft conversion that’s modern enough to suit contemporary living. Still, they need to retain some of the features of their period home.

Popular trends for Loft conversions in Enfield, therefore, include incorporating period details into the new loft extension. An example could be the use of the same spindle design in the new staircase as is already in place on the floors below. Another could be the use of carpet runners with carpet rods running up the stairs. Also, using the same types of fixtures and fittings, such as radiators and bathroom fittings, within your new loft room as are already in situ throughout the rest of your home.

If you are at all worried about losing the character of your period home in Enfield by adding a loft conversion, speak to a loft conversion specialist with years of experience in transforming living spaces. An experienced loft conversion company will have the capabilities to ensure continuity throughout your property.

Loft Conversions: Enfield Properties can Boost their Value with an Attic Extension

With average property prices rapidly increasing across the borough of Enfield, and approximately 28% above the London average, why not see if you can boost the value of your home with a loft conversion?

It’s been proven that a loft conversion can add value to a property. Get in touch if you’d like to discuss the current trends for your Enfield loft conversion and see what you can achieve with Bespoke Lofts.

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