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Turn Your Top Floor into the Coziest Spot Ever
Of course storage space at home is a precious commodity. So if you need an extra place to bunk in your abode, look up toward your tippy-top floor. Is it currently a creepy, dark space filled with unloved stuff? Well, it is time to ditch the junk so you can create a dreamy sleeping space. We think attic bedrooms are extra charming thanks to architectural features like sloped or vaulted ceilings and dormer windows. To help you unleash your attic's super cozy potential, take a peek at these homey examples.Continue to 2 of 13 below.
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Amazing Attic Bedroom Renovation
Airy and spacious are two words that best sum up this attic bedroom conversion by Key Structures, General Contractors. The job transformed a three-bedroom home into one with four. During the renovation process, the construction team took the roof off the house to maximize both ceiling height and floor square footage. They also added front and rear dormer windows to make the most of natural light. The room does retain some of its original features like the tiny crawl space closet on the right. Every bedroom should have something soft underfoot to boost enjoyment while eliminating annoying noise. Here loop carpet adds a layer of soothing comfort.Continue to 3 of 13 below.
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Old-Timey Attic Bedroom
Nothing is quite as cozy as a country-inspired attic bedroom. Madcap Cottage carved out this space in a former 1840s schoolhouse in New York's Catskill Mountains. The design team made the space more functional by lining two walls with built-in cabinets and bookshelves to maximize storage space. While the round window appears to be original to the home, it's actually newly installed and creates a lovely focal point. When it was time to decorate, color, patterns, and scale were cleverly used to make the tiny room feel much larger. The big, bold floral wallpaper, for example, plays up the ceiling's sharp angles making it feel much higher.Continue to 4 of 13 below.
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A Camp-Themed Bedroom for Kids
Create an attic bedroom that will spark your child's imagination like this example by designer Emily Henderson. The room, which is in a mountain house retreat, feels playful yet still retains a distinctive and unfussy Scandinavian vibe. If you have not already guessed, the bedroom's theme is camping. A simple draped sheet over the beds establishes the tent. The green bedding and trees lend outdoorsy flair. Small decorative accents like the rustic trunk and stuffed bear head really take things to the next level.Continue to 6 of 13 below.
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An Attic With a Clever Structural Beam
Turning an attic into a bedroom has its challenges. The experts at Case Design & Remodeling had to design around at structural beam spanning the entire length of the room. Cleverly, they installed several built-in features to hide the beam: bunk beds, a bookcase, and steps. Here is another tip 100 percent worth borrowing. They placed the beds in the corner under the eaves—doing so created lots of space for toys and a sizeable play area.Continue to 7 of 13 below.
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A Nordic-Inspired Small Attic Bedroom
Cathedral ceilings spell drama in this little attic bedroom featured on Alvhem. The brick feature wall is actually the home's nonworking chimney. White walls lined with rustic wood beams enhance the illusion of depth and height, making the small room feel open and spacious. Two irresistible touches pack a graphic punch with the bedding and rug in contrasting black and white patterns.Continue to 8 of 13 below.
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An Attic Bedroom with a Charming Vintage Vignette
Vintage finds and Americana accents are the two whimsical ingredients that fuel this rustic-inspired attic bedroom by Courtney Warren. On the floor on the left is a camp-inspired vignette. To create your own, remember to choose objects that support a specific style and theme. Here a couple of old plaid thermoses perfect for picnics flank a vintage metal cooler. Above is a "Keep It Wild" pennant topped off with a wall-mounted, toy moose head. The American flag on the wall draws the eye toward the bed covered with striped bedding and a wool camping blanket, which reinforces the outdoorsy theme.Continue to 9 of 13 below.
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An Attic Bedroom With Cottage-Inspired Shiplap Walls
Here weird walls and low angled ceilings feel like stunning architectural features thanks to a thoughtful attic bedroom renovation by Kate Marker Interiors. Covering it all with white shiplap makes a crisp and airy statement. Two full-sized storage beds neatly tucked under sloped ceilings make efficient use of floor space. At the foot of each bed is a privacy wall, which enhances comfort while throwing focus to a cozy window seat. If you prefer real books over the Kindle app, note the round wall-mounted reading lights next to each bed.Continue to 10 of 13 below.
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Nautical-Inspired Attic Bedroom
Even the teensiest of attics have the potential to become charming guest bedrooms. The blue and white color scheme for this place in a beach house by Whitten Architects has a bright nautical vibe. The two twin beds with drawer storage enhance the ship cabin feeling. Toward the back, by the window, a tiny nook works as a closet courtesy of a floor to ceiling curtain. Recessed lighting is not just for ceiling—the sloped wall near each bed has two.Continue to 11 of 13 below.
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Low Ceiling Attic Bedroom With Bold Wallpaper
Wallpaper can turn low attic ceilings into a heavenly focal point as shown in this bedroom by interior designer Jenny Wolf. Notice how the wallpaper pattern draws your eyes across the room, making it feel almost expansive. Sticking to a mostly white, monochromatic color scheme is another trick that makes this bedroom feel more open than cramped. Do not forget a few colorful accents to cheer things up. On the left flowers and old books add a few pops of color.Continue to 12 of 13 below.
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Symmetrical Attic Bedroom
The design team at Studio McGee are the masters of cottage chic. This attic bedroom illustrates the point. The shiplap feature wall and sloped ceiling put the bed front and center. Matching end tables and lamps create symmetry, which makes the room feel both balanced and relaxing. Vases filled with natural greenery in different arrangements are decorative accents that keep the place from feeling too perfect.Continue to 13 of 13 below.
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Lovely Attic Bedroom With a Stunning Light Fixture