Converting unused attic space into a loft bedroom is a cost effective means of adding more square footage and value to your home. These attic conversions may have limited space, but make up for it with oodles of style.
A skylight lets natural light into this small attic space. Because the quarters are tiny, furnishings are kept simple and to a minimum. The feel is quaint and cozy. How would you like to sleep in this little hideaway?
The ceiling is kept light to avoid feeling oppressive. Homespun textiles create a warm vintage inspired aesthetic.
Here's proof that loft conversions don't need to look rustic or folksy. This crisp white loft bedroom is spare and modern. Sleek white cabinetry embodies an entire wall keeping the lines clean. A no-frills bed is kept off the floor and free of adornment. It looks so airy and fresh, one would hardly feel as though they were in a loft.
The accessories accumulated in this loft bedroom have a unsophisticated nostalgic flair.
A bright red rug provides of bold punch of color in this serene white loft bedroom. Stark white unifies all of the various structural angles. If you have the space, an en suite bathroom is always a welcome accompaniment that aids traffic flow.
This soft romantic loft bedroom uses a neutral color palette to create a serene airy atmosphere. Windows are a definite plus! The ceiling is high enough to hang a charming chandelier.
Floating the bed in the middle of the room visually expands the space.
With an old brass bed, mirrored antique armoire and coat rack, this pleasant attic space is reminiscent of times long past.
Have you been inspired to renovate and take advantage of that unused attic space?