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Loft conversion design ideas

The sloping ceilings and awkward angles typical of loft spaces might seem challenging, but a cleverly designed layout and some nifty features can make all the difference.

Transparent materials
Using glass and other transparent materials as much as possible throughout your new loft space will bring in light and help to emphasise the sense of space.

The staircase that leads to your loft can take up a sizeable chunk of the space on the floor below, so consider making a feature of it. Spiral staircases are a good solution for saving space, and installing a bookcase underneath diagonal stairs can be a great way to gain extra storage.

One of the best things about being up in the rafters is the panoramic views you'll have from your new vantage point. Make the most of them with strategically positioned windows.

Original features
If you live in a character property, take advantage of bare brickwork and timber beams to offset modern interiors. Use every inch of space

Slanting ceilings
work for you by positioning baths in areas with low head heights or using tight spaces for storage.

The interior of your loft can look as beautiful as can be, but if you haven't thought about the outside too, you could risk creating an eyesore on top of your house.

If you live in a Victorian property, zinc and aluminium cladding and window frames work well with the older brickwork - check out the image in the gallery