Loft conversions often have tight, awkward spaces or are smaller than other rooms. As such, it’s important to incorporate clever storage solutions which make the most of available space and help you enjoy your loft extension to its full potential. With extensive industry experience, the loft conversion specialists at Econoloft have a huge range of ideas to help customers in Romford and across the UK enhance their attic conversions, and we share some of them with you here. Ample storage is essential for creating a practical, clutter-free room you can use comfortably and as intended, so don’t overlook storage solutions at the design and furnishing stages of your project. Stylish and effective storage options include:
Under Eaves Storage
Most loft conversions have a sloped ceiling on at least one side, and this often creates an impractical space where the ceiling meets the wall or floor. Rather than wasting this valuable space, why not make it into clever low-level storage? We recommend bespoke solutions for our customers in Romford and surrounds because this ensures units fit perfectly into your space, creating a flawless finish and tailored storage that works for you.
Modular furniture is ideal for making the most of awkward spaces because it allows you to alter and customise storage around your space and requirements. Some popular options for modern attic conversions include open wardrobes and stackable storage units. The benefit of modular furniture is that it’s adaptable to your needs and you can even customise it further with some thoughtful DIY.
Many loft extensions in Romford include dormer windows, which offer excellent design and style options. As loft conversion specialists, we regularly construct dormer windows to add headroom and floor space to loft conversions, but have you thought of using your dormer window as storage? Dormer windows are ideal for creating a built-in window seat, bench or reading nook, which gives you the opportunity to incorporate practical hidden storage underneath.
Another excellent way to combine storage with seating is with a storage ottoman. In addition, if using your conversion as a bedroom, consider a storage bed for plenty of storage that doesn’t take up extra space.
As mentioned above, open wardrobes can work brilliantly in Romford attic conversions, but this isn’t your only option. Fitted wardrobes can help you maximise space because they are custom built to your specific dimensions. They also create a seamless look, and you can tailor them to your exact storage needs.
If your loft extension is on the bigger side, our loft conversion specialists can even divide up the space to create a separate bedroom and walk-in wardrobe.