Top Loft Conversion Ideas That Will Transform Your Attic

February 25, 2021


Are you considering renovating your loft? If you are, you’re in the right place! We’ve collected our favourite loft conversion ideas from across the web to help inspire your next renovation. These conversions include small loft conversion ideas, loft storage ideas, bedrooms, and bathrooms! We want to make sure you’re using the space in your home in the best way possible, after all.

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Small Loft Conversion Ideas


Tiny Reading Nook


Tiny Reading Nook

If your loft doesn’t have much room to spare, you can still transform it into livable space. This tiny loft conversion takes the form of a reading nook featuring a wall of bookshelves. The best part of this design is that you can style it towards any member of your family. If you have kids, you can outfit the nook with bright colours and toys, or if you don’t, we think the pictured design looks great! It’s really up to you.


Home Office With a View

Home Office with a View

If you’re considering undertaking a loft conversion, you may be struggling to find a good use for the areas with sloped ceilings. That’s why we love this small loft conversion, as it uses that space in a productive way.

This loft features a built-in desk in the loft’s hallway with built-in storage at the end of the hall. We love that the window sill doubles as a storage space. Plus, what’s better than a home office with natural light and a view of the outdoors? This space would be perfect if you have children at home or you find yourself working at home on a regular basis.


Lounge in Your Tiny Attic


Lounge in Your Tiny Attic

If the ceiling in your loft is too low for a full bedroom or bathroom, why not use it as extra living space? Your kids are sure to love lounging in the attic and you’re sure to love having your own space on the main floor! This loft conversion features budget-friendly vinyl siding on the ceiling and walls and a built-in bench under the window. The bean bags and scattered toys make it the perfect place for kids to hang out and relax.

Why not add some lovely rugs for extra decor and protection? If you have hardwood floors covering your attic floor, the sound of tiny feet can still sound… well… not-so-quiet from downstairs. Rugs are a great way to make any room cosier and have the added benefit of absorbing the sound of footsteps. We’re especially big fans of the shaggy rugs for attics, but there are plenty choose from whether you’re browsing online or in a high street shop near you.


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Loft Storage Ideas


Build a New Closet


Build a New Closet

If your master bedroom has a connecting staircase to your loft, why not use the loft as a beautiful walk-in closet? You can install custom cabinetry along the walls of the loft and skylights in the ceiling to bring in plenty of natural light. This walk-in closet is clean and modern, but you can tailor it to whatever style you prefer. If your loft is large enough for a bedroom with a dormer that extends off of the side, use the dormer as a closet instead!


Install Sliding Doors


Install Sliding Doors

This loft conversion really maximises the space available in the room. Given how low the ceilings are on the sides of your loft conversion, it can be easy to ignore this space or make it look messy and forgotten. During this renovation, the homeowners decided to install shelving and storage spaces in the space below the roof.

Behind the first barn door, you can see that there is shelving installed in the space. The barn doors, shelves, and flooring all stick to a consistent colour palette, making the room look cohesive and intentional. With this renovation, the homeowners are able to store their less-than-beautiful belongings behind sliding doors while still displaying their knick knacks and essentials.



Use the Space You Have

If your loft conversion has more of an industrial vibe, this hack is for you! You can use metal piping to create a makeshift closet in your open loft. Just install the piping on your sloped ceiling and hang up your clothes on it. It’s as simple as that.

To change the aesthetic of this makeshift closet, all you need to do is install a different colour of pipe (or just paint it!). We love this idea because it doesn’t require building new walls or installing custom cabinetry and can be removed easily if you want to change the purpose of your loft.


Loft Conversion Bedroom Ideas



Create a Master Suite

If you’re lucky enough to have this much space in your loft, you should put it to good use! This master suite features a neutral colour palette and natural wood accents. The homeowners have also utilised the lower ceiling in an efficient way, installing built-in storage along an entire wall.

The skylights in the ceiling bring natural light into this beautiful master suite. From what we can see of the bathroom, it features a large window and full bathtub. That sounds like a pretty nice master suite to us!


Monotone Shiplap Cladding


Monotone Shiplap Cladding

While this cosy room would be a perfect master suite, we think it also works as a guest or rental suite. If you have all the space you need for your family in your home but lack a guest room, why not convert your loft into a fully functional suite for your guests? Your family and friends can stay in your loft when they’re in town, and you can even rent it out on Airbnb when you don’t have visitors.

We love the monotone shiplap cladding in this loft conversion, as well as the hardwood flooring that ties the bedroom and bathroom together. You can even see that there is hidden storage in the shorter area of the room. We’re sure that any of your guests (whether they’re family or not) will love this guest suite!


Build a sleepover room


Build a Sleepover Room with Built-in Beds

This loft conversion is definitely extravagant, but will soon become the talk of the town. If you have a large family that visits often or simply want to build a room dedicated to sleepovers, this conversion is perfect for you. This room features multiple single beds, perfect for children and adults alike. The beds also feature built-in storage, making sure space is used in the best way possible.


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Bathroom Loft Conversion Ideas


use a dormer to add a shower


Use a Dormer to Add Headspace to Your Shower

Having a lower ceiling doesn’t have to mean that you have less space. This loft conversion uses the lower ceiling (and dormer) to its advantage, creating this beautiful and sunny bathroom. In most bathrooms, you’ll see the shower head installed on the exterior wall or ceiling, which would cause some trouble in a room with sloped ceilings.

However, the owners of this home have installed the shower’s plumbing in a piping system independent from the walls of the room. This shift, along with the dormer, creates extra headspace for whoever is in the shower, a luxury not commonly found in attic bathrooms.


luxurious master bathroom


Luxurious Master Bathroom

If you have the space to spare, why not create a master bathroom this large? This beautiful bathroom features glossy white tiles, hardwood flooring on the steps, and brass fixtures. The resulting product is a bathroom that is both modern and vintage. We love that the homeowners used a fabric shower curtain instead of a glass wall, creating a more comfortable look.

The white tile flooring is also accented with small black tiles, defining the space and making it look more custom. To increase the available storage space in the bathroom, you could also install drawers in the steps for linens and towels.


Shower room in the attic


Shower Room in the Attic

This shower room in a converted loft uses all the space it has in an efficient way. By not installing a swinging door in the shower, and turning the entire room into a shower room, the homeowners have added space to the bathroom. They’ve also installed a sink that hugs the wall closely with open storage underneath instead of a full vanity.

What really sets this bathroom apart from the crowd is the tile flooring that makes the room look softer and less modern. We love how the blue flowers in the tile flooring tones down the stark white and black features of the rest of the bathroom.


We hope our loft conversion ideas have inspired you to transform your loft into a space your family will love. If we have, you can request bids from local contractors on Bidvine for free! All you need to do is answer a few questions about your renovation project and we’ll shortlist custom bids from interested pros for you.


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We’ve rounded up 10 of the best ways to turn your garden patio into the perfect place to spend your time. Don’t have a patio just yet? Take note of what great garden patio ideas inspire you and use this to plan out a brand new patio! When you’re out there relaxing with your sunglasses on and a drink in hand, you’ll be glad you did.


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1. Take the Indoors Outdoors

Your garden patio can be a valuable space, extending your living area outside of the constraints of your home. Why not supply an outdoor patio with all the comforts of indoor living? You can sit back and relax with the right furnishings

Start with a good, weatherproof couch and chairs for seating. Add in side tables of metal or ceramic and make it warm and inviting with lighting and cushions. You can even add outdoor plants in pots for a spot of life!

Even a radio or television can be hung up for a true living room – as long as it’s set into a weatherproof solution! Otherwise, you’ll be dragging it in each time there is a hint of unpleasant weather instead of enjoying yourself.


A Place to Read

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2. A Place to Read

Sometimes the best way to relax is to curl up with a good book. In the summer, you can take your reading material outside, whether it’s a newspaper, book, or e-book! Your garden patio will allow you to take in the warm temperatures along with some entertainment or education. A reading nook is easy to create. All you will need is a comfortable chair and good lighting.

Then, why not add some beautiful flowers in colourful pots to brighten up your space or use some simple greenery to make you feel like your book is transporting you somewhere tropical.


Bright and Colourful

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3. Make It Bright and Colourful

When you’re searching for top garden patio ideas keep in mind that your garden patio should be anything but boring. Colour is an easy way to spice it up and make it a more inviting space. Give your existing patio furniture a fresh new look with paint. Try bold colours like blue, red, or yellow for a summery feel or, if you need new furniture, find products that are in the palette you want.

Aim for a monochrome scheme for a tied together look or, stick with a neutral like white, black, or brown with one or two colours as your accents. If you want to be truly bold, go for a full rainbow to create a unique and bright outdoor space.


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4. Sunbathers Paradise

If you love the sun, you’ll want a garden patio that helps you get a tan this summer! Choose an area that receives the most light in your yard to claim for your space. Select plants for your patio to fill in some of the gaps and feel like you’re on a private island. Cactuses or succulents love the sun and don’t require too much water for upkeep.

Set up a chaise or outdoor lounger that makes it easy to lie out and catch some rays. Just make sure that your chaise doesn’t get too hot in the sun or it could turn into a painful experience. You can also add an umbrella for the days when the sun is just too much. This also adds a pop of colour and height to your garden patio!


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