Designing a loft conversion can be an exciting but also overwhelming process. Creating a whole new room, work-space, or even a couple of new rooms at the top of your house can totally transform your home. And this can be very beneficial, when you consider the current housing market. In fact, this is why many homeowners and property developers are deciding to expand on the existing property, instead of looking for somewhere new. But making the right design choices for your new space can be a challenge. From the colour scheme, to the windows, to the stairs, your choices will determine how practical and efficient the new loft conversion will be. And while you might not think flooring is as important, it can make or break your new space. Here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions, we are Preston’s leading loft conversion experts. As a result, we have produced this guide to flooring options for your loft conversion.
Flooring options for your loft conversion
Your choice of flooring will be determined by the function of the space you are creating. For example:
- for a bedroom loft conversion, you might prefer to use carpet. As this will be soft and warm under bare feet, and it will also look incredibly visually attractive.
- While, for a home office, laminate or hard wood flooring could be perfect. In fact, laminate flooring is one of the most popular types of flooring options for loft conversions. Especially as it can fit well with the rest of your home.
- Waterproof lino, or tiles, on the other hand, will be necessary for a loft bathroom. That’s because any bathroom space needs to be fully waterproof to prevent any expensive leaks.
For more information about your new loft conversion and the possible flooring options, get in touch with the professionals today, here at Pinnacle Loft Conversions.