Smaller lofts require smaller bathrooms. Well, let’s be honest – there might not be room for an actual bath! But that doesn’t mean you can’t fit a small, bright and delightful shower room in your loft conversion.
Jon Pritchard and our designer have lots of experience fitting smaller shower rooms into smaller lofts. About 95% of our customers choose to add an ensuite or bathroom as part of their loft conversion – which gives us plenty of practice!
Creative choices for loft ensuites
We recently started to supply a wide range of high quality bathroomware and tiles, because so many of our loft conversion customers were asking our advice and wanted help with their loft ensuite choices. Included in our range are curved styles that work especially well in smaller spaces, including more petite ranges too.
Wetroom showers are ideal for loft ensuites too – no shower tray means more head height, which can be at a premium up in the roof!
Embracing Nooks and Crannies
In a small loft bathrooms nooks and crannies are treasure! In fact, we often create them in cavity wall voids to add shelves and storage spaces, or even a recess for your basin.
On average another bathroom adds 5% to your property value. So if you think you’d like to create a loft ensuite or loft bathroom, but you’re not sure if you have the space – just ask! That’s what we’re here for.
If you found this article helpful, you might also enjoy our article on choosing Velux windows – it gives you an overview of the choices available for your loft conversion.
Confused about the various types of loft conversion. We explain the most common ones here.
And if you’re in a terraced home with a rear extension, you might like to find out how this can increase your options with an L-Shaped loft conversion.