Kingston upon Thames, Surrey traditional-bedroom
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Kingston upon Thames, Surrey Traditional Bedroom, London

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Example of a classic loft-style bedroom design in London — Houzz

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angelalowe wrote:
where did you purchase the ladder? - Beautiful room! You made a small space seem large and airy. I was wondering where you purchased the ladder?
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Where do you purchase the ladder from?

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Angela Rehl

where is the ladder from? Love your design.

Eleonora Nole wrote:
White wooden bed - Where did you buy the white wooden bed? Beautiful room!!!
HB DESIGN wrote:
What is the available height at the top of the stairs please?
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dajellybaby wrote:
Ceiling height? Also height of loft? Thanks:)
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Kate Burt added this to Ask an Architect: How Can I Carve Out a New Room Without Adding On?
Be budget friendly. Aside from the fact that building a loft is typically cheaper than converting an attic, it’s also potentially an option in buildings that aren’t suitable for additions due to planning restrictions, since the structure is internal. There may be issues with adding some types of windows, though probably not simple skylights — check your zoning regulations.Any construction will, however, need to meet building regulations and, depending on what you’re having done, it could be wise to consult a structural engineer.

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