Loft Conversion Ideas – Clever Ideas for Transforming Your Loft Space

Planning your perfect loft space? Here are some loft conversion ideas and practical suggestions to help you craft your ideal space.

Whether you want to create a fabulous master bedroom and en suite, a spacious home office with ample storage or a space for your children to play and grow, you’ll find lots of creative ideas for making a space you’ll love for years to come.

The Classic Loft Conversion – Create your dream master bedroom and en suite

One of the most popular loft conversion designs is to reconfigure the attic into a master en suite. By dedicating your whole loft space to your conversion, it is possible to achieve all the features you crave, including a large bedroom, en suite with roll top bath and/or walk-in shower, dressing room and banks of built-in storage.   

For a twist on the classic master en suite conversion, why not consider an open-plan loft conversion? This will enhance space and light and is a great way to attain a boutique hotel feel in the comfort of your own home.

This Dormer loft conversion – where a box-shaped structure is built into the slope of the roof – in Streatham is a stunning example of an open-plan bedroom en suite.

The modern design features a large bed and freestanding bath beneath double roof lights. The lack of walls amplifies the space and bathtub in the bedroom gives a decadent hotel feel.


Indulge in some serious me-time with a luxurious master en suite loft conversion.

Children’s Bedroom and Playroom Loft Conversion

If your family is growing, expanding into the loft is an ideal way to gain extra space. As well as accommodating a nursery or child’s bedroom, if room allows, you can add a bathroom – creating a whole new floor.

Loft alcoves and quirky angles under eaves also make brilliant storage for toys and books – not to mention making secret dens! Rather than moving out of the home they loved, this family in Tooting asked us to design and build a Dormer loft conversion for their young twin boys. We created an airy double bedroom, easily slotting in two twin beds, plus ample play space. The bathroom with full-sized bath and sink cabinet also makes bath time a dream.


Spacious children’s bedroom attic conversion with oodles of space to sleep, play and explore. 

Create a Spacious Loft Home Office

With more of us working from home than ever, having a separate area to work and make video calls is increasingly important. If your attic is gathering dust, converting it into a loft office will provide much needed privacy away from the bustle. This large-scale Dormer conversion in Walthamstow created a multi-purpose space, including a home office, music area and chill out zone. French doors and roof lights welcome plenty of natural daylight, making it a lovely space to work and play.


This well-designed open-plan loft extension creates a light-filled home office and chill out zone.

Contemporary doesn’t mean characterless. This home office loft conversion in Poplar, East London features a bedroom, walk-in shower and secluded office space. The exposed brickwork and real wood flooring add industrial charm to the modern design.


Industrial style – This home office loft conversion mixes bare brick and real wood.

Bring the outside in with a Loft Conversion Terrace or Juliet Balcony

Since the pandemic, having an outside space – a place to simply unwind and breathe – is top of many of homeowner’s wish lists.

If you’d like a private enclave to relax, consider creating a loft conversion with adjoining outdoor space, such as a terrace or balcony. The interior of this large loft conversion in south west London includes bi-fold doors leading to a roof top terrace. Room for seating, a table and planters, the terrace is perfect for winding down.


Room with a view – a loft conversion roof terrace provides the perfect spot for relaxing.

If your loft space doesn’t lend itself to a full terrace, you can get the feeling of outdoors with full width bi-fold doors like this conversion in a family home in Harlesden. A glass balustrade or Juliet balcony – an iron railing attached to the window exterior – are robust, easy to install and create a practical yet pretty feature.

Plus, who can beat taking in the view from the comfort of your own bed?


Embrace the outside with striking bi-fold doors and glass balustrade.

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