Attic spaces are difficult to furnish. Their charming-but-awakening characteristics, such as strongly sloping walls and angular luminaires, can render furniture arrangement a true fight.
In these often odd-shaped spaces, the most important considerations for furniture positioning and decoration are the degree of incline of the ceiling and the size and location of the windows.
One popular alternative for a sloping attic room is to use a brief space on the exterior corners for small, built-in storage devices, book shelves, or even a broad, flat computer.
The rough rooms generated by the dormers can also be placed to excellent use. For example, a large dormer window can accommodate a single bed in an alcove.
A narrower dormer can provide the primary room for a writing desk or a window seat with a storage compartment underneath.
Do you have any thoughts yet? Take a glance at these 21 appealing attic rooms where the task was triumphant.
1. Bright and Modern Attic Room
Do you need room for a home office? Look at the attic. These homeowners have created excellent use of the place under the sloping roof with twin desks on each hand and a elevated work table in the center of the room.
Shiplap walls and dark wood floors generate a calm atmosphere that encourages concentration.
2. English Style Attic Bedroom
For hundreds of years, the English have been designing around the dormer windows, and this home continues that tradition.
The designers of this beautiful room make the most of an intricately formed room by clinging to easy wooden furniture that does not overwhelm space.
3. Gray Attic Bedroom
This sophisticated look at the attic bedroom makes the most of the limited space with in – the-wall wardrobes.
Soft gray walls and bedding combined with ambient light evoke calm and simplicity.
4. White Attic Bathroom
Bright white paint and shimmering faucets transform this place underneath the eaves into a functional bathroom.
The structure blends vintage charms effortlessly— hello, clawfoot bath!—with sleek, modern information for a contemporary yet classical room.
5. Comfort Attic
This room is ready to go to the ultimate sleepover. Custom single beds integrated into the walls generate comfortable nooks in this lovely children’s space.
The drawers under the beds and racks, which are double as dividers, give extensive space for books, clothes and, of course, toys.
6. Perfect Symmetry
What makes this attic bedroom so attractive is its vivid aesthetic. While white walls and honey wood floors may not create a drastic declaration upstairs, here the colours light up a space that might otherwise feel dull and crowded.
Mirroring skylights, plus a central window, also provide plenty of natural light, making the room look larger than its square footage.
7. Under the Stars
This cozy attic bedroom is perfect for a night-time guest who loves stargaze. To make up for the narrow dimensions of the room and the low ceilings, the furnishings are kept to a minimum.
With a bed between two skylights, sleepers can dive under the stars and wake up to a room filled with plenty of sunshine.
8. Family Hangout
The whole family can come together in the attic space. Here, a lengthy and small book shelf operates as a ideal media stand to accommodate a flat-screen TV under the curved walls and a faded shiplap and soft-colored backgrounds to give it a breezy, beach-like feel.
9. Blank Slate
This attic bathroom is the most accessible floor plan. Without walls between the bedroom, toilet and living room, visitors are left with a broad open room, amplified by bleached colours and scarce furniture.
10. R&R Room
This attic space is a distinctive upstairs shelter from a chirping phone or a loud TV.
The daybed is designed for lounging, but it operates like a couch when visitors come to live.
11. Amsterdam Attic
Slanted walls are not the greatest friend of the claustrophobic, but a ceiling-mounted mirror and a big window flashes light around the room, making the space feel comfortable and not unpleasant.
12. White Out
Ceiling tile is an ambitious decision of architecture. If not well executed, it can overwhelm the space or date a new remodeling in a couple of years. Luckily, the subway tile is a classic option that has withstood the time test.
13. Bedtime Stories
Tight quarters doesn’t necessarily imply a absence of storage— you just need to be clever about it! The built-in shelving in this nice room offers sufficient space for books, while at the same time attracting attention to a window with a profound wall that serves as a built-in bedside table.
14. All in the Details
Pulling shades from the eclectic stairs that lead to the terrace, the vibrant colors in this attic hangar create a splash against its white background.
15. Quirky Kitchen
Sunny yellow and lavender may not be your first decision (or second or third) for kitchen color schemes, especially paired with a sea-green backsplash, but when you take advantage of additional space in the attic, why don’t you want something bold?
16. Contemporary Quarters
The wood-panel buildings of the’ 70s and’ 80s will immediately date the space, but these horizontal slats have the reverse impact. Light wood and daring blues and greens make up an exciting and modern room.
17. Fairytale Hideout
This charming place has all the features of a storybook-like retreat: rustic beams, a wood-burning oven, shabby chic furniture— even a swing! It’s the ideal hiding place when you need a break from the remainder of the building.
18. Nautical Dwellings
Does this room feel clean and tidy because of its crisp color combination? Or is the sense of order due to its massive built-in storage? We call it a draw and offer top ratings to this sharp, nautical space.
19. Easy Breezy
Here’s proof that the attic room doesn’t have to be dark and stuffy. Billowy’s drapes and colorful houseplants transform this white room into a quiet refuge.
20. Pop of Purple
A vibrant hue can rapidly overwhelm a space, particularly a small room that is tucked away in the attic.
Rather than switching to a palette of dark colors, this chamber utilizes a splash of purple to create a declaration against the white walls.
21. Cottage Chic
Rather than conceal the pillars which arrive with space, this bathroom puts them open, which adds to the layout.
With its wooden ceilings and bright green bedding and contemporary highlights, the room achieves a rustic (but not ancient) feel.