This Hampstead loft apartment refurbishment completed by Sigma Construction UK was a conversion of a loft space within a single family dwelling. Prior to the conversion, the attic space consisted of a series run-down of rooms with a very dark and steep access via a private secondary staircase, making it impractical and visually unappealing.
Our team re-designed the space to produce the most functional, yet modern, living space for the client.
As part of this house refurbishment project in Hampstead,
Carefully designed lighting brightened up the stairway, with spotlights being used to give it a minimal, clean look and feel.
The staircase was creatively designed and intended as a feature within this conversion. We incorporated display alcoves and book storage space within the proposed staircase design giving it a unique and practical look, which not only increased the available storage space but was also visually highly effective. In any small refurbishment
More storage was integrated within the dormer window alcoves, which yet again allowed the best use of the existing space. In addition to that, new double-glazed balanced windows were re-fitted within the existing openings. The oak wooden window frames, as opposed to the standard white finish, nicely complements the rest of the wood finishes within the room.
A new kitchenette area was created for this refurbishment London located on the top floor of one bedroom loft apartment in Hampstead. Sigma designed a space with the minimum clutter and maximum efficiency, which was done by keeping all the kitchen units and kitchen-related storage to one side of the room.
Owing to the limited amount of space within this Hampstead refurbishment, the lounge area was once again kept simple yet practical and clutter-free: the room holds only a sofa, a coffee table and TV-stand, making it a clean, practical living space. To complement this, the wall colours have been kept light as this a feeling of space and a timeless look. The light-grey-toned walls further complement, yet softly contrast, the oak wooden flooring.
The bedroom within this loft apartment is of a reasonable size, and Sigma’s design gives it a sleek, contemporary look. As seen in the “after” photo, the bedroom has a small alcove behind the door from which the Sigma Construction UK team have skillfully produced a desk/dresser area for their client, a smart and practical solution.
Despite being of a good size, the bedroom needed a well-thought-out storage solution, which is exactly what the Sigma team delivered a built in wardrobe, this was fitted to avoid cluttering the room with a stand alone unit, making the most functional use of the space.
Sigma fitted a small W.C. and shower room within this refurbishment London.
The design was constrained by height restrictions and the slope of the gable eaves, so the shower room was kept simple, yet was still clean and up-to-date; and, here again, bright colors were used to maximize the feeling of spaciousness.
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