3 Conversion Ideas to Improve The Space In Your Home

When you take a step back and look at the space your home has to offer, it can make you think about all of the possibilities. Undergoing projects, renovations and conversions in your home is a natural next step if you’re looking to enhance your property, increase its value or make it a more enjoyable place for you to live. If you’re hoping to get stuck into a home conversion here are three different ideas for you to choose from. Some will be more relevant to your home than others, but they are all very common amongst homeowners looking to make a practical change.

  • A Sunroom

Imagine having a calm and idyllic spot in your home where you can watch the world go by, enjoy your morning coffee and read your favorite book every single morning? If you’re looking to create a safe haven then you should definitely consider your very own sunroom. There are a number of advantages with regards to sunrooms, mostly relating to the fact that they’re a simple and hassle-free way to convert an unused porch into a wonderful living space in your home. Whether you’re looking for the perfect spot to practice your morning yoga routine, or you want to create a soothing environment to wind down after a stressful day, a sunroom is an excellent option if you have the space.

  • A Loft Conversion

Loft conversions are extremely popular, and are an excellent way to utilize the unused upstairs space in your home. There is a certain amount of flexibility that comes with a loft conversion too, meaning you can use your new space for a number of different purposes. You could create a huge master bedroom space with an ensuite, or split the space into two smaller rooms for children or guests.

  • A Garden Office

Now that working from home is becoming the new normal, it’s more important than ever to have a dedicated space to carry out your work. Whether you’re a freelancer or full time employee, you need to find a way to separate your work and home life effectively. Building a garden office may be one of the most effective ways to create a space that is solely for working. Not only does this create a completely separate building close by to your home, but it also adds value to your overall property. If you were ever to sell your house, your purpose built garden office would be a huge selling point that would be extremely appealing to prospective buyers. Of course, it’s an investment to set up a garden office, furnish it, install electrics and decorate it, but the end product will be worth the money and the hard work that goes hand in hand with this sort of home project.

Hopefully, these three ideas will provide you with some inspiration for your potential home renovation project. There are so many different options to explore depending on your individual preferences, budget and the space in your home. Whether you’re opting for a beautiful new sunroom or a practical garden office to improve your work life balance, use this as inspiration to get your home renovation project off the ground today!

So which of the 3 conversion ideas to improve the space in your home, do you like best?

Libby

Married for eons, mom of 10, Nonnie to 26 with a great grand coming soon, to add to the mix. Avid reader and photo taker, scrapbook queen and jewelry maker. Collector of dishes, planners and pens. Lover of animals, chocolate and spends…long hours soaking in the spa tub (with a fully charged tablet, diet soda, and grub). She’s worn lots of hats, tossed most to the wind, and doesn’t mind starting all over again. Every day is a new adventure…come along for the ride!

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