Frosted glass in the hallway
The use of the glass in the hallway and the large balcony Velux windows has created a light, clean spacious room.
Three velux windows for extra light
Scott added a new floor and additional living space along with additional value and increased selling potential.
Full height velux
The loft space in this house has been converted to create a contemporary modern bedroom and bathroom, an asset to any home.
Rear dormer & extension
This Victorian semi-detached really benefited from utilising the loft space. So much so, the neighbours asked Scott to convert their loft too.
Modern minimalist bathroom
This loft conversion created a master bedroom with an en-suite shower room.
This is a typical 6-week project.
Victorian style stairs to loft
The main bedroom in the house was reduced to accommodate a staircase, which follows on from the original staircase and gives the look and feel of an original feature.
Loft bedroom with en-suite
A wardrobe was created under the stairs in the main bedroom and an eaves storage cupboard created on the stairs.
Seeing the horizon gives an immediate feeling of calm and this is why most people choose to have their bedrooms in the loft.
Top of the world
Being high up in the roof gives you a superb view of your surrounding area and it is a view that you would never have seen before unless you had been on the roof itself.
One of the most rewarding aspects about loft conversions is seeing a delighted client look out of their skylight or dormer for the first time, the views are usually spectacular.
The original dining room is now home for the new staircase and is still a functional dining room.
Useful landing space
The matching Oak doors continue the contemporary look, complimented with modern decoration and furnishings throughout.
Beautiful oak staircase
The Oak open-tread staircase gives a contemporary look and keeps the area light.
The property is now a Â three bedroom home with two bathrooms. The addition of two bedrooms and a further bathroom has transformed the property.
Attic Asset worked with the plans and the customer to create a fantastic addition to this one bedroom bungalow.
Inconspicuous velux on front of building
This loft was created for a retired structural engineer who designed and produced his own plans for his property as he had a clear idea of what he wanted.
Plenty of light
The quad Velux light system opens onto views of the downs and open countryside. Again the natural light is maximised.
This Victorian semi-detached property was enhanced to become a three-bedroom property in Hurstpierpoint. To maximise the loft space a flat-roofed dormer was added.
Exposed brick chimney
The original chimney stack remains to leave the open fire useable on the ground floor. The exposed brick chimney stack created a contemporary feature in the loft space.
Pyramid roof light
The addition of a Pyramid roof light made a feature of the dormer and added natural light into the new stairwell.