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Loft Storage Solutions
Low headroom, sloped ceilings and awkward spaces – these are the special (perhaps unwanted) features that you often find in a converted loft. They can be brilliant opportunities for converting into much needed storage spaces. Our experienced team can create bespoke loft storage solutions for your loft conversion. Wall to wall storage with sliding doors are perfect for maligning the most of sloped ceilings. Bespoke drawers and streamlined low shelves can fit perfectly under eaves. Make a feature of an awkward wall space with useful shelving units. The possibilities are endless for creating space in your loft conversion if you think creatively.
In building a loft conversion, valuable storage space is often lost. Low hanging beams, sloping roofs and eaves can make the space awkward for fitted traditional furniture. We can think creatively and offer clever storage solutions so that you have room for everything that you need.
using awkward spaces
Our experienced team of joiners can create a range of loft storage solutions including:
- Bespoke wardrobes to fit awkward spaces
- Make use of every nook and cranny with shelves and drawers that fit perfectly in any space
- Low shelving units and drawers to fit in tight areas
- Understairs storage
- A walk-in dressing dressing room
- Pull out drawers for that close flush to the eaves wall
Custom Joinery Solutions
We can build a range of top quality bespoke joinery, cabinetry and furniture to suit your specific needs. All our work is custom-made giving you the flexibility that you may need. So if you are looking for a wardrobe to fill an awkward space or storage solutions for your loft conversion, we can help you.
What People Say
“We asked Sam to build bespoke wardrobes in our loft conversion and we are so pleased that we went with Sam and his team. What a fantastic job they have done. Sam really listened to us and considered how the wardrobes would best meet our needs. He offered really helpful suggestions and came up with some great ideas.” – Jenny and Tim