594 attic Traditional Bedroom Design Photos

Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
Country Lane
Attic loft in original stone house - Complete renovation and addition of 1800's stone house
similar to attic space in port lambton
Floored and walled attic
attic idea, big space
extra stone on attic wall
doors to attic space
attic possibilities...Finished attic...Simple attic finish...Attic storage...Refinished attic...Idea for attic
“similar to attic space in port lambton” — jordidog
Ehlen Creative Communications
3 Reviews
Book nook
Attic-great space to make a great nook for reading , napping,
another attic space saver
Attic room ideas LOVE
cool in an attic room
Attic reading nook...Attic daybed area...Attic space...THE ATTIC....Awesome Attic Nook...Attic bed
“Attic idea, built in nook” — Erica Cretarolo
Cardea Building Co.
5 Reviews
Kids Bedroom
How were the closets under the eaves constructed? Perfect solution for our attic.
Nice use of attic space for BR--looks light and airy and not cramped!
utilize a basement or attic space for this.
like the paint color spring valley 438 for the attic, bold rug but white/light walls keeps space open
Consider a two-tone paint job. “Painting is always tricky when working with an attic space, as the walls are often shortened and the ceiling space is greater than in most rooms,” says Heron. “For a cozy feeling, consider painting the
“side tables! use 2 lack tables together :)” — cphirbny
Loudoun County Premier Home Builder
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Wall Morris Design
5 Reviews
Wall Morris Design | New England Style House | Kerry, Ireland
velux attic window
Velux windows for attic room
Attic room...Skylights for attic...Attic plan...attic loft...Attic windows...Windows attic...Attic door...Attic bedroom
“Skylights” — srhanneman
Rizzoli New York
Rooms to Inspire by the Sea by Annie Kelly beach homes houses
Don't overcrowd the space. Attic bedrooms are generally tighter spaces, and if there are sloped ceilings, the room can feel claustrophobic with too many furnishings. Add only what you need — less is definitely more in this case.
Dream up a girlie boudoirAttics are often converted into extra bedrooms
the colors of the ocean. Nothing soothes the senses like a room decked out in colors of the sea. The enveloping aqua blue of decorator Tom Scheerer's attic bedroom in the Bahamas gives the space an enchanting underwater vibe. He completes the look with furniture in organic materials and a white-draped bed
“Love this idea” — casinoparties
Leona Mozes Photography
6 Reviews
Private residence
Attic bedroom. Great for kids sleepovers
Attic room for boys...Attic sleepover...attic lighting...Attic Bedrooms...attic bedroom
“dach” — dani_s79
Gast Architects
26 Reviews
Beaux Arts Residence - Sleeping Niche
tiny bedroom tucked in attic space
Love this nook for attic, built
cubbies in wall for over girls bed - cut into attic space?
Attic-Great use of clipped ceiling space
built ins for attic bedroom
For attic alcove...Attic room...Attic Bedroom...attic bed idea
“Window” — andrei14
Young Family Home
had purchased this home and had done much of the renovating work themselves. When it came time to do their Master Bedroom on the third floor (former attic) everything had been framed out but nothing else had been done. They asked that they be able to wake up at Christmas in a beautiful, romantic room with
could do this to my attic
Ceilings. Placing a bed in an attic space is not easy. The upholstered headboard here partially covers the window, yet the window acts as a centering element. The delicate nightstands are tucked under the descending roofline, and the circulation is comfortable around both sides of the bed. Keep in mind
goes below 60 inches, the area under the lower slope does not count as habitable square footage in some locales. Steeper sloped roofs are better for attic rooms, since the rise of the ceiling quickly moves higher. Just remember that anything below 72 inches is difficult to walk under, and anything below
“Bed” — whicks02
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