Attic Bedroom Ideas

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Attic Bedroom Ideas

Corynne Pless 1. Assess your space. Measure every available nook and cranny in your attic space — really, don’t leave anything out. Especially if your attic is smaller than the space shown here, you’ll want to know about every inch; there are many ways to work with low eaves, small nooks and narrow passages.Take your measurements downstairs to your main living space, and compare some of the numbers to the furniture there to give you a clue as to what might fit. Is there room for a queen bed or just a twin? Will that low shelf fit beneath the window, or will you be looking for a custom solution? Doing a bit of legwork early on can get your creative juices flowing.

Attic Bedroom Ideas

1. Assess your space. Measure every available nook and cranny in your attic space — really, don’t leave anything out. Especially if your attic is smaller than the space shown here, you’ll want to know about every inch; there are many ways to work with low eaves, small nooks and narrow passages.Take your measurements downstairs to your main living space, and compare some of the numbers to the furniture there to give you a clue as to what might fit. Is there room for a queen bed or just a twin? Will that low shelf fit beneath the window, or will you be looking for a custom solution? Doing a bit of legwork early on can get your creative juices flowing.

Attic Bedroom Ideas

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Upscale Construction 14. Try pint-size furniture. Children’s play tables, chairs and shelving can be tucked into tight spaces where full-size furniture would never work. Finish off an attic playroom with a daybed beneath the window, where grown-ups can hang out while the little ones play. Hanging a chair from the center beam is a fun touch that also makes the most of the highest point in the room, drawing the eye up.Tell us: What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in converting your attic to living space?

Attic Bedroom Ideas

14. Try pint-size furniture. Children’s play tables, chairs and shelving can be tucked into tight spaces where full-size furniture would never work. Finish off an attic playroom with a daybed beneath the window, where grown-ups can hang out while the little ones play. Hanging a chair from the center beam is a fun touch that also makes the most of the highest point in the room, drawing the eye up.Tell us: What is the biggest challenge you’re facing in converting your attic to living space?

Attic Bedroom Ideas

Attic rooms are usually the most appealing interiors in the whole house, even though we can not tell for sure what draws us to them so much. Some people unconsciously correlate them with secret rooms, or even with large playgrounds. Either way, they have a special charm, and a warm feel that seems to follow you around, even after you leave them. Designing such a space comes with its many challenges. That is why today we decided to try and make things easier for you. By putting together a list with the most beautiful attic rooms out there, we figured we would at least give you a starting point in decorating.

Attic Bedroom Ideas

Working with attic bedroom designs can require more effort. Unlike other bedrooms, this space usually has an unconventional shape. Some are small. Others have low ceilings to contend with. In any case, the image gallery contains a lot of useful design ideas including modern, rustic, traditional, contemporary, and minimalist styles.

Attic Bedroom Ideas

There’s really no reason why the attic should stay empty. If there’s not any special reason why you need that space for storage then there should be no reason why you couldn’t turn it into a lovely bedroom. There are some basic steps to follow in order to complete such a project. First you would have to remove anything you might have stored there. Then, when the space is empty, apply a new coat of paint on the walls. You should try to brighten up the place. Use colors such as yellow or green for a fresh look.

Attic Bedroom Ideas

Slanted walls can be quite a challenge for attic bedroom interior design. It takes away space and makes the room much smaller. This room minimizes the amount of furniture by having just a bed, two small lamp desks, and bedside bench. Having lighter color furniture helps to create the appearance of a bigger room.

This white attic bedroom is spacious and neat. The walls, ceiling, and bed frame are white. Meanwhile, the floor is dark brown. Yellow bedspread and chairs complements the room perfectly.

DMVF Architects 8. Look into customized storage. A full wall of customized closets and other storage is worth its weight in gold, as far as I am concerned. If you plan to use your attic as a master bedroom or as another frequently used space, consider saving up for custom closets or cabinetry — they’ll be worth the splurge.

8. Look into customized storage. A full wall of customized closets and other storage is worth its weight in gold, as far as I am concerned. If you plan to use your attic as a master bedroom or as another frequently used space, consider saving up for custom closets or cabinetry — they’ll be worth the splurge.

To add both architectural interest and texture to this attic bedroom, interior designer Alexandra Hernandez created a custom headboard/wall made up of individual, burlap-upholstered plywood cubes. In a small space, an accent wall pulls the eye through the room and visually enlarges the proportions.

The sloped ceiling, textured wallcovering and platform beds of this attic bedroom evoke the feeling of sleeping in a tent, an especially luxurious one. Between the beds, open shelving stores books and displays colorful accessories.

This attic was divided into three zones: a bedroom, dressing area and master bathroom. To give the bathroom a spa-like feel, luxe features were added like a soaker tub, a frameless shower enclosure, a new toilet (complete with heated seat and LED lights), marble and glass mosaic tiles and a crystal chandelier. A new skylight helps illuminate the many amenities in this divine bathroom.

In this attic bedroom, the pairing of textured green wallpaper with a beamed ceiling and wainscoting creates an airy, tropical feel. Graphic-patterned fabric on the pillows, chair and window shades bring a modern touch to the room.

Plenty of light shine into this attic master bedroom. It is decorated in a beautiful stylish design. The walls are intentionally not finished to give the room a vintage feel. The color theme is blue, white, and grey. The rug is stitched together with various shades of blue. The A frame ceiling is highlighted by the modern chandelier.

Here’s one of the more interesting attic bedroom designs. The all beige space has pine wood floors and a cozy nook for the bed. Three skylights fill the room with light. There is also a small sofa, dresser, and a coffee table.

This bedroom attic is a bright mix of pastel colors. The light green and blues wall decor pairs well with the light gray rug, bedding, and chairs. The skylight on the side provides light against the closet doors with frosted clear glass.

Here’s a great example of how to decorate an attic bedroom. Green, white, and dark brown is a classic color pairing. There isn’t one particular color this is dominant. Thus, the decor is very balanced. The room is well organized and clean. Lots of light fill the room through the three windows.

The attic bedroom remodel is well done. The decor is basic modern. The ceiling and walls are white. There are dark grey exposed ceiling beams that really stands out. Several windows have been added to add brightness to the room. While red accents on the bed frame, pillows, rug, and dresser cabinet add a nice color contrast.

This small bedroom in the attic has enough space for a single bed, desk, chair and cabinet. Decorations are kept at a minimum here. The colors are neutral tones to give a more home like comfort. Skylights provides natural lighting to the space.

Pink as a paint idea says it all. This girls bedroom in the attic has sloped ceiling with two sky lights. Cedar wood floors complement the white rocking chair, desk, and shaggy rug.

Small spaces like this one works with less clutter. This attic room has grey walls, a large window, white cabinet, and a designer chandelier. The rug beneath the bed is light blue and yellow just like the bedding. A small table and lamp are placed on both sides of the bed.

The attic’s sloping roof contains two large sky light windows. All the lights are soft and indirect. The colors in the room are white, beige, and light brown. Open space makes for a relaxing setting.

Here’s a pink theme attic girl’s room. The room is light pink. The furniture, bedding, and rug have accents of pink. For a smaller space, it’s better to keep things simple.

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