Ideas for Converting Available Space into a Beautiful a Room

Your house could be functional if you know how to use the remaining space which can be found in your attic, also called as loft space. This space remains empty because you might well use this as a stock room or storage for old stuff and other things which are no longer of use. But why make this space only space for old stuff when you can still develop this and create a more convenient room or office, and you can improve it still? If you have a loft space, or you think it is a good idea for loft conversion then start planning what steps you will need to take to start it off.

A Loft Conversion project is a very interesting thing, and your kids might like it too. Whatever you desire for that space like making it as your office, private room or additional room for your kids then asking for the help of house remodel services is what you need. But before anything else you need to decide first how you want this to look, so you know how much money you will invest in it. To help you with that, below are the ideas that you can add to your loft conversion project.

Provide a staircase

It would be convenient if you provide suitable stairs for your loft conversion project. It is very important if you start this improvement.

Bathroom options

If you plan to convert your loft space into a good place for rest or sleep then you better put some small comfort in it. Make sure that you install it properly so that it will not affect the lower portion of your home. It is just an option, so don’t bother.

Make it private

Your loft sometimes needs some privacy outside since it is placed on the top portion of your house. You can put some tinted windows which blind anyone’s view from outside.

Develop bespoke cabinets

Bespoke cabinets can be expensive, but if you want to put your things in its proper storage, then this would be helpful.

Put lights

When you develop your loft, it is important that you put some lights in too, so that you can see clearly the surroundings.

Choose soundproof materials

When you convert your loft, you better choose some sound proof materials that don’t disturb anyone below especially the floorings and stairs.

A functional home remains cost effective especially when you have a loft space in there, because you put value into your home. It is very important that you know how to see things which can still be useful and effective in your home. Considering this kind of mindset will help you lessen some expenses or a big investment which is not needed. There’s always an improvement when you see small things and make them great and valuable.

Your home defines who you are. When you know the worth of every portion of your house, then you find a way to make your home functional and very effective too. Your loft space deserves to be improved and become a space for relaxation and a fine mood. Whether you decide to put up an office or extra bedroom or a place for recreation what matters is you know how to set it up, and you plan it carefully.

You have to choose who can provide you with good services just in case you need to hire some to do it for you. As long as you choose them wisely and you know the costs of the expenses, you can be smart with it.


Pumpkin Cookie Dough Ice Cream

Pumpkin Ice CreamBuying an ice cream maker was at the top of my list this past summer, being that frozen treats are one of my main food groups from June to September. Ironically, about a week after my Cuisinart arrived in the mail, my facialist suggested that I cut out dairy from my diet. Eliminating milk has had a huge impact on my health and skin, but let’s be serious. An icy bowl of coconut milk ice cream can’t compete with full fat, straight-from-a-cow mint chocolate chip. I like to say that I’m 95% dairy-free, reserving the remaining percentage for my sanity, so there was no way I was making any substitutions for this recipe. I’ve reached my quota for the week, but I already know that pumpkin cookie dough ice cream is on the menu for Thanksgiving.

Pumpkin Cookie Dough Ice Cream


2 1/2 cups heavy cream
1 1/2 cups whole milk
3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4 cup pumpkin puree
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice
1/4 teaspoon salt
12 chocolate chip cookies (slightly under baked and crushed)


Add the cream, milk, sugar, pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, pie spice and salt to a saucepan over medium heat. Stir constantly until the sugar dissolves and the mixture is combined, making sure not to let it stick to the bottom. Continue to heat until the mixture becomes warm and begins to bubble around the edges. Remove from heat, add the mixture to a bowl, and refrigerate until cold, at least two hours.

Once the mixture is cold, add it to your ice cream maker and churn according to directions. A few minutes before it’s finished churning, gradually add in the cookie pieces. After it has finished churning, scoop the ice cream into a freezer-safe container. Freeze until it is firm, about four to six hours. Allow the ice cream to soften before serving.