Our attic is fairly low and it would be a tricky renovation. However, with some clever ideas, a shed dormer, and bright colors (and round windows at either end?) it could become a very charming space.
A shed dormer that opens up the roof and the attic area.
A shed dormer from the inside. It provides space and light and is ideal for placing a desk.
Shed dormers, on either side, would open up the room immensely.
Bright colors and skylights make this space cheerful and bright. It's a tiny space - just like our attic.
Teensy tiny but oh, so cute! When all they need is a retreat -- and they are not 6 feet tall yet!
When you can't work around it, work with it. Paint ducts and pipes in bright colors and they look awesome instead of awkward.
Eyebrow dormers are romantic and provide a nice sleeping niche for maybe a little girl I know.
A tiny curved doorway leads into open storage. The space is tiny but doesn't feel cramped.
Buit-ins make best use of tight spaces and odd corners.
Close off those really low sides and convert them into storage! One can never have too much storage space.
Make use of tight corners with a little bit of creativity.
Another bright kids' space.
A spiral staircase would be the only solution for accessing the attic space.
Could our stairs just be extended?
This is a gorgeous room.
Jacob wants that. I wonder why?
Or, bunk beds for sleepovers!
Simple and sweet
Storage, storage, storage
Too bad we don't have space for a nice stairway.
Very simple. The floor looks like painted plyboard.
And a secret room. The kids do want a secret room so very much.
A real big window would also make the outside of the house much more attractive!