Creating a children’s bedroom in a loft conversion

Here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions, we are loft conversion experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to everything you should know about loft conversions for children’s bedrooms.

What are the considerations for loft conversion children’s bedroom?

If you are creating a loft conversion to add a children’s bedroom to your home, there are a number of considerations you should bear in mind. These include:

  • Staircase safety- for a children’s bedroom you may need to pay more attention to the build of the staircase including banisters and railings for increased safety. You may even opt for a staircase with a turn to decrease the steepness of the staircase.
  • Storage- storage is important in any bedroom but for a children’s bedroom this can be even more essential. From toys to clothes, children tend to have a lot of possessions and need additional storage spaces for these. When creating your loft conversion you can create spaces for built in storage to increase practicality.
  • Natural light- Light is a key feature of any loft conversion but for a children’s bedroom you may need to consider the type of window you install. Any window you install will need to have safety features to prevent the window from fully opening, but you will also need to consider black out blinds to help with sleep.

What are the benefits of creating a children’s bedroom in a loft conversion?

Creating a loft conversion for a children’s bedroom can bring a number of advantages, including:

  • Creating a space specifically designed for the purpose
  • Adding practical space so that your family can expand without moving to a larger property
  • Sound proof insulation can be installed to help the space stay quiet for light sleepers

For more information or advice, why not get in touch with the team today, here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions.