11 converted attics that will make you want one!
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Published Sep 28, 2015 5:00 AM
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Home office. Bedroom. Walk-in closet. Bathroom. When it comes to converting that extra space upstairs, the possibilities are pretty much endless, with no shortage of ideas for a chic remodel. So we rounded up a few of our favorite attic transformations, that just might inspire your own. See for yourself!
the kids’ corner
Create a hideaway the little ones won’t be able to resist! Fill a play tent or teepee with pillows and cozy throws, and get ready for hours of nonstop amusement.
the family room
Consider this the ultimate hang out spot, with just the right touch of plush textures, natural light, and plenty of comfy seating solutions.
This just might be the bathroom of our dreams. Chic tiles, a contrasting grout, and sleek bronze details complete this minimally modern, converted space.
the hang spot
We can’t think of a better spot to curl up in with a good book. The rustic wall paint coupled with a bare boho feel makes for a truly picture-perfect setting.
Vanity or home office? You decide. This all-white space, accentuated by a flood of natural light is the perfect spot for an early morning escape.
A low-ceiling space effortlessly doubles as a playroom for the little ones. A wall lined with floor-to-ceiling shelves houses everything from books to toys, while a cozy landing pad sits aside the room’s clever collection of storage.
This quaint spot, surrounded by natural light, makes for a charming in-house artist’s workshop. We can’t get enough of the simplicity of the aesthetically soothing decor!
the walk-in closet
A little extra closet space never hurt, especially with a dressing nook as chic (and organized!) as this.
the home office
Convert that low-ceiling area into the office of your dreams, complete with built-in shelves and ample desk space.
the reading nook
Attics were pretty much made for cozy reading nooks. We love the idea of decking the intimate setting with a plush chair, whimsical wall coverings, and a bright overhanging light.