Unfinished Attic Turned Master Suite traditional-family-room

Unfinished Attic Turned Master Suite

The owners of this 1900 Victorian home desired to use their unfinished attic space to create a master suite. They wanted the space to feel comfortable and not cramped, as attics can sometimes feel. In order to accomplish this, the sagging roof structure was rebuilt and reinforced from the inside. Large, beautiful wood beams add additional support while allowing the vaulted ceiling to stay intact. The owners ended up with a gracious living area, a bathroom, a reading nook with built-in shelves, and a bedroom, all with the open, airy feel they wanted.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

mjm213 added this to master suite
November 17, 2014
cute nook
manningisbell added this to Hempstead House
July 12, 2014
Interesting attic space
csjknits added this to csjknits's Ideas
July 5, 2014
Window nook
Kristin Pila added this to kristin_pila's Ideas
July 2, 2014
kathmath1 added this to Attic master br
May 19, 2014
Bookcases built around attic window
kathydic5 added this to 3rd Floor sloped ceilings
May 19, 2014
Seating area with shelving and window
tdukes added this to tdukes's ideas
March 4, 2014
the ceiling design
nicolebarbe added this to pierre de reviere plancher
August 6, 2013
santarella added this to santarella's ideas
June 8, 2013
Attic: Bookshelves around windows
Melanie Cauchon added this to Finished Attic ideas
April 16, 2013
mclaul added this to mclaul's Ideas
April 11, 2013
Ideas for finishing attic area.
Shannon OConnor added this to Bedroom Ideas
March 8, 2013
Good idea for the odd-angled ceiling/walls in our bedroom...a couple of short chairs
mollymom added this to Cottage
February 8, 2013
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