When you have a small home, you look for every crack and crevice to create more space. Attic rooms have long since been an extra space that families have squeezed everything from storage spaces to MIL apartments. So we wanted to inspire you to think about all your awkward spaces in new ways, and if you do have an attic… Hallelujah! Why? Because as these attic room ideas will suggest, you can have a bright, functional, well designed… even decorated room in the attic!
Attic Transformation and Room Ideas
Attic Office Space
Our first photo is an attic office design by Christine Remensperger, photos by aqui architekturfotografie. An attic is the perfect place for a home office! It’s usually set away from noisy playrooms, and the small space isn’t a barrier to having office space. Plus, those awkward space are great for storage.
Attic Room Ideas- Family Room
By Grace Bonney from ‘Design Sponge‘, this attic transformation before and after shows you how a really scary looking space can be made into a bright, livable spot for your whole family! Not just for attic bedrooms anymore… Photos by TJ Thoraldson.
Attic Bedroom and Bathroom
‘Kelly Rae Roberts‘ shares her complete home makeover with us, and her attic bedroom / master suite is so cool! Look at this master bath in the attic!
This kid’s attic space from ‘This Old House’ is an example of a light and functional space. What kid wouldn’t want to be tucked up in the attic bedroom like this? Read through the story, lot’s of photos and ideas for any homeowner thinking of expanding their family, or just making more space, less fights.
‘The Pioneer Woman’s’ attic bedroom makeover, via ‘Country Living‘, will stop you in your tracks. First, let’s talk about those hanging beds. If you are interested, Country Living has complete DIY instructions for the beds. The room was designed for her two daughters to share, and they are crazy lucky young ladies. Check out the before, and after!
Here is little inspiration from ‘Folio‘… I love the built-ins and the use of all the white wood in this cheery attic room.
Last, Shannon Wollack and Brittany Zwickl of Los Angeles-based design firm LIFE.STYLE designed this kid’s attic bedroom that works mostly as a playroom with space for sleepovers as well. Photo by Diane Relth.
Image Credits: Divisare, Design Sponge, Kelly Rae Roberts, This Old House, Country Living, Folio, Life. Style