I have a converted loft (done by previous owner) with cupboards under the eaves of the house, at the side of the loft room. Now it's winter and quite cold and windy, the eaves cupboards make the room extremely cold, with a noticeable draught. I've put draught excluder strip on the insides of the door frames to provide a better seal when the doors are closed. I'm also going to make the doors shut tighter using simple rotating "rabbit hutch" style closing mechanisms on the outside of the frames, since the current magnetic clasps don't pull the doors closed enough. However, the real problem is that the space under the eaves is cold and draughty - not directly a problem in itself, at least no more than that many storage roofspaces are also cold and draughty - but the doors are thin and let the cold in, even without the draught. I'm wondering if there's any kind of adhesive insulation foam that would be suitable for sticking to the insides of the doors to at least provide another couple of inches of insulation, rather than just thin plywood? I have seen sticky-backed wavy foam for use in cases (eg. for tools or musical instruments) and am wondering if this might be a good enough insulation material that it would do the job OK if no specific insulation product like this exists? Or do I really need to try and draught-seal or insulate the entire eaves cupboards? I think there is some degree if insulation padding in there between the outside roof and the inside of the cupboards, but it doesn't stop the draught coming in. I don't mind if the cupboards are cold, as long as it's mostly kept out of the room when the doors are closed. So basically, I'd like to know if any stick-on insulation padding exists (with vertical surfaces in mind), what it's called and where I might find it? Hopefully someone can point me in the right direction on how to make my upstairs a bit less cold and draughty? Thank you very much!