custom designed for the space which they occupy. All the details would change relative to the room you would build them in. You must first decide the mattress sizes and then work out the details from there.
s and windows by built-in beds.
books as a design element: turning paperbacks so that their pages face outward. To me, this feels like a novel (sorry) take on the classic designer's trick of covering books in white paper for a uniform look.
Sullivan Building & Design Group made the most of this space with an interior renovation
River Road CottageBy: Sullivan Building & Design GroupTip 1: Carve out extra space with built-ins.Even the beds are built in here, making an attic nook work as two bedrooms. Plus, there's plenty of storage for books.