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Many people are of the opinion that their loft conversion should consist of one new spacious room that uses the entirety of the space available. There is actually a lot of design choice that you can be offered, giving you the opportunity to split your loft into multiple rooms. This can have a multitude of benefits that you may not know of yet! Let’s explore some of the benefits of turning your aging, unused loft space into a multi-room haven.

Enjoy work-life balance

If you split your loft conversion into multiple rooms, you could transform one of these rooms into a home office. Now that working from home is a very common occurrence, many people are looking for ways introduce a workspace into their properties. A home office alongside another bedroom or a walk-in wardrobe can help you achieve that work-life balance, separating your 9-5 from your relaxing downtime.

Embrace the luxury feel

One way to introduce a luxury aesthetic into your home is to build a dressing room or a walk-in wardrobe. This will not take up an entire loft conversion, so splitting the space into multiple rooms will allow you to make your dressing room dreams come true, whilst still allowing for another practical room to be in place. This is a great option for those with the constant problem of not having enough wardrobe space.

Relish in extra space  

By splitting your loft into more than one room, you increase the amount of space that you can roam in. This is especially good if you have a large family, as you may need to retreat for a breather every now and then! Although open-plan living is desirable for many, it’s a good idea to have more than one room to relish in your own space. It will also give you the option to create a room you may not have otherwise, such as a games room.

Value for your investment

By turning your loft into multiple rooms and adding rooms that aren’t just a master bedroom, you could be getting more value out of your investment. The more you use the rooms you have created, the more worthwhile the investment was. While a master bedroom does get used every day, something such as a den for teenagers or a home office is something that will provide value for many hours of the day. With two rooms to use, this is intensified further.

Calm down your acoustics

In the case of large houses, one room as a loft conversion can seem extremely spacious. In a room as large as these often are, the acoustics can sometimes be too harsh, no matter how many rugs and cushions you introduce. If you have a large surface area, then you may be better off splitting your loft space into more than one room. This ensures that you get multiple uses out of your rooms and the acoustics within them are optimal.

Add more value to your home

When it comes to selling your home, you may find that you have added more value to your property by splitting your loft conversion into multiple rooms. A larger number of rooms is desirable for prospective buyers, especially if both rooms have been turned into bedrooms. This can turn your three-bedroom house into a potential five-bedroom house, adding so much value to your home. A loft conversion is one of the best ways of adding value.

If you’ve been considering a loft conversion, now’s the time to take the plunge. At Highview Building Services, we can design, plan, and carry out your loft conversion to the highest standard. For all your requirements, including a multi-room conversion, call 0203 633 7955 or email .