Whether the family is growing or you just want to expand your space in the house, you may consider redesigning the rooms that are usually used as a warehouse. While the basement might already be too damp for that, giving a second life to your attic may be just the right idea.
What can you do with it, so that all family members can use it? Which is the most used room in your house where everyone spends an obscene amount of time? The answer is pretty obvious: the bathroom. Of course, turning your attic into a bathroom seems like a light bulb idea: imagine laying in the bathtub and looking at the night sky full of stars? However, there are a few reasonable questions that may arise along with the brilliance of this idea: is it even possible to turn the attic into a bathroom? If so, what would you need for that?
Unlike the repair of the current bathroom, the creation of a new one will require the help of qualified specialists, since it involves quite a lot of technical nuances. Beginners, unfortunately, will not be able to do this on their own (unless, of course, you are a jack of all trades). However, this does not mean that you should not be actively involved in this project, because, in the end, it will be specifically designed to your needs.