Ideal Bookshelves For Loft Conversions

November 9, 2015 9:10 am


Loft conversions have particular measurements, crannies, and pitch slope.  Sometimes you have to think outside the box when it comes to choosing loft furniture.  On, the other hand, the unique shape and placement of your loft may lend itself perfectly to the challenge.  Here are five of our favourite bookcases which we feel are ideal for loft conversions.

The Wall To Floor Apex Bookshelf

floor to ceiling apex bookshelf in a loft


This bookshelf is built into the apex of the loft for a dramatic effect and some serious storage capabilities.  Readers all over the world have fallen in love with this ceiling to floor bookshelf.  Just don’t forget to also invest in a decent ladder!

The Secret Passage Bookshelf

a door with a bookshelf on it that hides the door


This bookshelf is as clever as it is clandestine.  Add moulding and built-in shelving to your door for a winning bookcase that doubles as a secret passage.  Guests and families alike will love this bookshelf as a surreptitious entrance to your loft.

The Half-Apex Bookshelf

A half-apex bookshelf with two sides


This is another bookshelf that takes advantage of the apex with an added right angle dimension.  It has a pleasing effect and can keep you and your family organised with several shelves in which to place books and picture frames.

The Staircase Bookshelf

white staicase that has a built-in bookshelf


This bookshelf works well as a floor to ceiling organiser with cubbies built into the entire length of the staircase.  Try it for your next loft conversion.  The effect is practical and aesthetically pleasing.

The Multi-coloured Half-Apex Bookshelf

A two toned half-apex bookshelf


Try painting your half-apex floor to ceiling bookshelf with two different colours.  A couple of segments that are painted in a coordinating hue will add subtle sophistication to the overall design.

For more information on loft conversions, contact Loftworld today.

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