By Ysolt Yilmaz. Bedroom. Published at Monday, October 15th, 2018 - 00:52:11 AM.
Having extra space has become a property these days therefore why decorating an attic is an excellent way to gain range for a spare bedroom. However, it’s not so simple — from determining the resolutions to use, to come up with a layout that satisfies you. So here are fantastic tips to get the most of your attic.
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Numerous attics go to the length of the house, getting the dimensions long and thin like a bowling lane. Painting the shorter walls a dimmer or vivid color than the long walls visually evens out the proportions. Putting a bed with a substantial headboard against that wall has the similar result.
If the room is ample enough, some designers put the bed at a point to visually divide up the long box. Another choice with a large room is to break the place into a bedroom and relaxing area, perhaps with a screen wall.
Most attics have small knee walls and a tilted ceiling, perhaps with inset dormers. You can deal with the unique ceiling in one of two ways, but don’t neglect it. One method is to conceal the ceiling lines by decorating the walls and ceiling the identical color.
For a cozy Victorian or English cottage appearance, envelop the room in a beautiful floral design. The other alternative is to get the ceiling a scheme element with some rustic beams.
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Various attics don’t get sufficient sunlight. Opaque paint colors like burgundy, navy blue or chocolate brown make a dimly-lit attic taste as depressing as Sara Crewe’s garret. On the other hand, bright colors like off-white or cream will look lousy in low lighting. Instead, choose a mid-tone around in the middle of the color strip.
Knee walls, the low walls that connect with the slanted roofline, are best spots for furniture that you use while seated or resting. Upholstered seats, loveseats, and beds are ideal for tucking under a knee wall.
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If you have one huge dormer window, try putting the bed opposite the window, so you see a beautiful view of the morning sun upon awakening. Setting the couch under a skylight gives you a feel as if you are sleeping under the stars.
A wide dormer window makes an ideal alcove for sitting space. Set an upholstered chair in the alcove with a little end table and reading lamp for a sunlit reading nook. A tinier dormer window can be used as a desk space or a window seat.
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