urned attic storage space into two bedrooms for my kids. Did it all myself so it cost around $120 in paint and polyurethane, $15 in sandpaper for the floors, around $8 for spackle and wood filler, and $15 for trim. A couple of dollars for plastic to cut out polka dot templates. Used pieces of old
Attics are usually dark and dank. Look how bright, cheery and awesome this one is!
I wonder if we could put a playroom in our attic??
saw the attic's potential as a perfect hideaway for her girls. "The stairs are really steep but manageable," she says. "This suits my daughters fine, as they're too steep for the dog to get upstairs and eat their stuff."
spirited attic bedroom complements a polka dot two-tone pattern on the wall.