WOW Factors – June 2021

Brilliant ideas for perfect Camden properties

Our agents are out in Camden every day, and we see a lot of properties. So when we find an idea that really works — a renovation, extension, conversion or transformation — we think it’s good to share. Find some inspiration for your own home, direct from Camden.


This Month: Amazing Loft Conversions

When you can’t go out, go up — that’s the thinking behind a great loft conversion. Camden’s housing stock are perfect for this kind of project, so take some inspiration from a few of our favourites.
- Oliver Goodfellow, Sales Director, London Residential


1. Open Plan Residence

“This open-plan and self-contained loft apartment shows just how much more living space you can get from a moderately-sized loft in London, with a little redesign and creative use of fittings. The bookshelf doubles as a staircase which leads to an open bedroom that catches plenty of natural light.”

 

Loft conversion in camden

Source: https://www.dezeen.com/2013/07/13/loft-space-in-camden-london-by-craft-design/

2. Loft Haven

“L-shaped dormer conversions are perfect for Edwardian and Victorian London terraces and allow home owners to create a lot of additional space for a huge master bedroom, complete with a luxurious bathroom and built-in wardrobe.”

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Source: https://www.absolutelofts.com/case-study/loft-conversion-l-shaped-dormer-thames-ditton-surrey-kt10/

3. The Music Room

“We love this L-shaped mansard loft conversion, designed as a dedicated space to accommodate a grand harp piano. It carves out a quiet recreational area away from the hustle and bustle, but spacious enough to include a small living room and bathroom. Chilling out in a loft has never been more sophisticated!”

loft conversion mansard music room wooden floor white sydenham se26 1Source: https://www.absolutelofts.com/case-study/loft-conversion-l-shaped-mansard-sydenham-south-east-london-se26/

4. Rooftop Living

“You don’t have to live in the countryside to have a terrace. Create your very own rooftop living space with unbeatable views like this three-storey property, using floor-to-ceiling glass panels and a neutral colour palette to create a bright and open office and living room.”

mansard loft conversion

Source: https://www.simplyarchitects.co.uk/project/bennerley-road/

5. Bathroom with a Character

“Consider transforming your loft into a stylish master bedroom with a spacious en-suite bathroom. It’s a fantastic way to add value and character to your property. Install a skylight, put in a walk-in rain shower, and throw in some colourful fittings for a contemporary touch.”

Loft Conversion staircase by Urbanist Architecture 14f0e89c50

Source: https://urbanistarchitecture.co.uk/l-shaped-dormer-loft-conversion/

6. Multi-purpose Loft Space

“Why have one loft conversion when you can have three? The architects breathed new life into this Victorian house by turning a single roof space into three new rooms, each with a minimalist interior and its own unique purpose for maximum comfort and privacy.”

the project escape to the roof a small studio london house extension uk photographer jim stephenson dezeen hero

Source: https://www.dezeen.com/2016/10/31/victorian-loft-conversion-by-a-small-studio-creates-relaxation-oasis-south-london-uk/