A Spare Bedroom In The Loft
Have you ever thought about adding a spare bedroom in the loft but put it off because of cost or inconvenience? Not only would it provide you with some much needed extra space, but it would add value to your property. Your loft currently is wasted space right? It belongs to you. So it’s your wasted space. So how about developing your wasted space into a lovely extra bedroom for guests or family.
Lofts come in all different shapes and sizes, but that will make your new room a little unique and much more fun to create. Depending on how much natural light you have flowing into your loft, you might need to add another window. For example, in an attic loft with sloping walls, a window in a dormer could be the perfect addition. According to the experts at Capital Construction Contracting Inc. “A dormer is a structural element of a building that protrudes from the roof or is an extension of a wall.” However you choose to do it, the more light you can get into your new room the better. It will feel less closed in, and if you paint the walls will a light shade, even white, it will create the feeling of more space.
Set about creating a spare bedroom in the loft that is clean and serene and with a neutral palette that will suit most tastes. Or you could show your own personality in a themed room in your own style that your guests will instantly recognize. A splash of your favorite colors, furniture and accessories in keeping with the rest of the house or your favorite art for the walls will remind your visitors of your personality and style.
A well-designed guest bedroom will always make friends and family feel very welcome, even if they happen to be far from home. Create a room that offers your guests somewhere calm and serene where they can relax in total comfort and recharge their batteries.
If you like to be the perfect host when your guests arrive, there is nothing more gratifying than showing them to their own, beautifully decorated and furnished bedroom. Offering your guests a wonderful array of home comforts – including beautiful bedding, lots of room for storage and even a light to read with at night, will all make it a wonderful experience for your loved ones.
A spare bedroom in the loft is not always being used by guests and family, but you can always make use of the space as a small office area or just a place where you can go and relax and get away from the hubbub of life. You might also like to look at Teenage Loft Bedrooms With Bunk Beds here.
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