Putney, Loft Conversion
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10. Dig deepNot all doors are made equal, of course, and above each of these eaves cupboard doors, a recess has been carved out to store bedside essentials, thus removing the need for space-hogging tables.TELL USHave you used the space above any of your doors in a creative way? Share your ideas in the Comments section.
Extend back into the eavesLoft bedrooms can be snug and cosy, but storage is pretty much always at a premium in a conversion like this. As in the previous image of a houseboat, the owners of this room have tapped into the unused space behind the bed by carving out good-sized shelves to take the place of tables. They’ve even slotted cupboards underneath. This also allows built-in wardrobes to extend right along the bedroom wall, as there are no shelves to get in the way of the opening doors.10 Ways to Make the Most of Odd-Shaped Spaces in Your Loft