- Chic, Petite, Ensuite !
- L-shaped terraced loft conversions – what are they?
- Choosing Velux windows for your loft conversion
- Loft Conversion Types Explained
- Bristol Terraced Loft Conversion – Case Study
- Music for your Loft Conversion
- Jon Pritchard Bathrooms in Terraced Loft Conversion
- Six Great Cocktails for your Summer Loft Party
- Your personal project website with Jon Pritchard loft conversions
- Choose good quality hardware for your new Loft Conversion
- Make Money – Convert Your Loft !
- Why you should make your loft bathroom a wet room
- Increase your space & energy efficiency at the same time
- Creating more space for your family
- How to make the most of your views
Tag Archives: Bristol loft conversion
What is an L-shaped loft conversion? L-shaped loft conversions extend over the rear extension that exists in many Victorian and Edwardian are ideal for Victorian and Edwardian terraced properties where there is a back addition at the rear – usually housing the … Continue reading
When you’re looking at Velux windows for your new loft conversion, the first thing you need to do is imagine what each room or space will feel like when the conversion is complete. This will help you to think about how … Continue reading
Vicky and Ryan bought their mid-terraced Victorian home in Bristol with the intention of converting the loft to create the fourth bedroom they wanted. Having already completed a terraced loft conversion in their previous property in London, among other … Continue reading
Lofts (or attics if you’re in America) are such amazing spaces. We love them, and so do many creative folk. Loft dance studios, artist’s studios, yoga spaces, recording studios… We’ve put together a list of 6 music recommendations themed around and … Continue reading
Lofts are a great place to hang out – just check the internet for ‘attic bar’, ‘loft bar’ ‘loft restaurant’ and you’ll soon realise that up in the rafters is where the ‘in’ set are! To these ends we’ve put … Continue reading
Building your new project is an exciting and important undertaking, and we want the process to be as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Even a ‘simple’ home improvement has a multitude of decisions associated with it, and there can be a … Continue reading