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Top 10 Fitted Attic Wardrobe Designs for Loft Conversions

Top 10 Fitted Attic Wardrobe Designs for Loft Conversions

Transforming your loft into a functional living space can add value to your property and enhance your living experience. However, when it comes to loft conversions, one of the biggest challenges is utilizing awkward spaces effectively. One solution is to invest in fitted wardrobes that can make the most of every inch of your attic room.


In this article, we will explore the best-fitted wardrobe designs for your loft conversion.

  1. Loft Fitted Wardrobe with Large Pull-Out Drawer Under the Sloping Ceiling

A pull-out drawer-fitted wardrobe is an excellent choice for those who need ample storage space. These drawers are easy to use and can effectively store your essentials. Since the wardrobe utilizes the maximum height, you can add more drawers to the structure. This option is ideal for those who need a customized space for shoes and dresses. The loft wardrobe set comes with a stylish door and knob, which adds elegance to the design. Additionally, the wardrobe can be customized with racks for belts and hooks to hang your coats.

  1. An Attic Bedroom

If you are looking for additional space for guests or family members, consider converting your attic into an additional bedroom. Most loft conversions are used for an extra bedroom or two with a bathroom. Adding a spare bedroom won't cost as much as extending your property, and it will enhance your living experience.

  1. Loft Fitted Wardrobes with Chest of Drawers

Chests of drawers are a practical addition to any fitted wardrobe. Fitted wardrobes with a chest of drawers can also be customized to match the existing decor of your loft room. This wardrobe design provides ample space for clothes, with additional drawers for accessories, such as socks and underwear. The chest of drawers can also be customised to include jewellery trays and tie racks.

  1. The Space-Saving Study Room

If you need a study room, converting your attic into one is an excellent idea. Utilize the dedicated space in the attic to create a small study area for your kids. You can have bespoke study tables with two drawers and a small chair. The tables can be arranged across the wall, and you can have ceiling space above the table for additional storage.

  1. L-Shaped Attic Wardrobe

L-shaped fitted wardrobes are perfect for uneven spaces. They come in white and grey colours with plain doors, and you can choose doors with aluminium handles. The finish can be either matt or high gloss, depending on your decor.

  1. Small-Fitted Wardrobes in a Loft Conversion

Just because you have limited space in your attic, it doesn't mean you can't have luxurious wardrobes. Our new range of stunning modular closets are made with oak and frosted glass adjustable shelves. These wardrobes have an open layout but with better organization. Additionally, the acrylic drawers are customized according to the storage you need.

  1. Attic Eaves Storage Ideas

The space between the slope of the roof and the floor can be challenging to utilize. However, with the right ideas, you can make the most of this area. One option is to use it for storage space. We can design loft storage solutions that make the most of this space.

  1. Custom-Built Bookcases

If you're an avid reader or simply want to create a cosy reading nook in your attic, consider investing in custom-built bookcases. These bookcases can be designed to fit perfectly in any awkward space in your attic and can provide a stylish and practical way to store your favourite books. Furthermore, custom-built bookcases can be designed to match the décor of your room, ensuring a seamless and cohesive look.

  1. Walk-in Wardrobes

For those with larger attic spaces, walk-in wardrobes can be a luxurious and practical addition to your loft conversion. With their spacious and open design, walk-in wardrobes can provide ample storage space for all your clothing and accessories. Additionally, walk-in wardrobes can also create a sense of opulence and luxury in your attic space, making it a truly indulgent place to relax and unwind.

  1. The Attic Home Office

Working from home has become more popular than ever, and if you're looking for a quiet place to work, then an attic home office could be a perfect solution. The space in your attic can be transformed into a comfortable workspace, and you can have bespoke office furniture according to your needs. You can also have built-in bookshelves, which will add more storage space for your books and files.

In conclusion, there are many different types of fitted wardrobes and storage solutions that can be incorporated into an attic conversion to maximise your storage space and create a stylish and functional living space. By investing in custom-built storage solutions, you can ensure that your attic space is utilised to its fullest potential while adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home.