Five of the best feature walls for your loft

Five of the best feature walls for your loft

When it comes to converting your loft, the opportunities are endless. If you’re stuck for inspiration, check out some of our previous work.

We love to share our tips and insider knowledge so that you can create the loft of your dreams.

Today, we’re focusing on feature walls; great for adding a focal point to your room, brightening up dark walls, and a more affordable way to decorate.

We’ve come up with five of our favourite designs for feature walls for your loft.

1. Stretch the room with Horizontal stripes

Everyone knows that wearing horizontal stripes make you appear wider; well the same goes for a room. Stretch your loft walls sideways and make the room seem even wider with a horizontally striped wall.

Monochrome is seriously hot right now – mix it up with classic horizontal stripes and choose bold contrasting furniture for an on-trend look. This design from apartmenttherapy.com shows how you can incorporate stripes into your loft room.

 

2. Be Beachy with an exotic backdrop

This backdrop from wallpaper-uk.com featuring soft sands and luscious palm trees really instils a sense of calm and serenity to a room. This design would work great in a loft-converted living area.

Choose a picture postcard-worthy design for your feature wall to make sure you always have that holiday feeling and to brighten up your day!

 

3. Fusion with Flowers

Let nature take over by introducing bold flower prints to your loft.

The designers at interiorholic.com complement the hot pink and deep purple hues. The addition of the pink vase adds even more flavour to this delectable room. The animal-print cushions help to give this room the feeling of being at one with nature.

 

4. If you go down to the Woods today

Get creative with paints, and design your own mural for the feature wall in your loft. It’ll give the room a more personal feel because you’ve created it.

Check out this brilliant idea from neatfeatures.compaint a large tree on one of the walls and hang pictures from the branches to re-create your family tree.

5. Around the World in 80 Days

And, what about your kid’s room? Try a large map of the world as a feature wall for your child’s bedroom – it makes a great educational tool as well.

The plain white furniture allows the map to be the focal point of the room. You could use coloured pins to mark out all of the places in the world that you’ve visited. Watch the number of pins grow year on year.

 

If you like these ideas or think you have a better one for your loft feature wall, get in touch with Econoloft today for helpful advice on loft conversion.