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How To Convert An Attic Into A Spare Bedroom

Converting your attic is a popular and romantic idea that has had people rethinking their living space for many years; with its special charm this space subconsciously connects to the home owner and promotes the allure of hidden rooms and an escape.

While there is a formal route involved in gaining permission to convert your attic or loft the technicalities are relatively straight forward and are a means of ensuring Building Regulations are adhered to, once these are complete you can get hands on and design an airy and welcoming oasis.

Ensuring the room reaches it's full potential

Whether you have a large or small area, low or high ceilings there are many ways of accentuating the room and reaching its full potential. There is also several avenues of implementing these changes: you can choose to do a DIY job yourself or get professionals in.

If you are inclined to do the main bulk of the conversion yourself then you need to find furniture specialists that provide unique means of utilising your space. Dreams has a robust range that will transform any attic space whatever your restrictions, if any.

If you are limited with the rooms dimensions a sofa bed might be a useful route to explore. Many bed ranges provide some gorgeous sofa beds that are compact and uniquely crafted to open up the room and maximise the available space; their Houston Sofa Bed in duck egg blue will deliver a convenient and comfortable sleeping surface for your guests, furthermore it has traditional and contemporary details that introduces a Scandinavian feel to your attic space.

If you have space to spare and want to make a grand statement, purchase the Aurora Bedstead and add some drama to your guest room with its striking take on a classic design this bed is sure to command the room.

Whichever bedstead you choose try to stick to a specific pallet in both furnishings and decoration to maximise style impact; dramatic and bold or neutral and airy the colours and furniture should emphasis the architecture of the room.

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