By Vicky Avery. Bedroom. Published at Saturday, June 03rd, 2017 - 05:56:00 AM.
Whether you live in a barn conversion with original ceiling beams arcing up into a vaulted roof, or a modern home with skylights and a low-pitched roof, there are plenty of ways to maximise space – and individual style – in your attic or loft bedroom. To help you visualise your new sleep space, guest bedroom or children’s room, we’ve compiled a series of attic bedroom ideas of all shapes, sizes and styles.
Industrial bedrooms exude calm and cool. Exposed brick walls, iron finishes and unpolished floors carry the creativity of the artist – and what better way to experience the house-in-an-old-factory vibe than in the place you sleep? These forty industrial bedrooms show the scope and stretch of the industrial genre, coupled with soft and playful finishes.
Jazz up a relaxed Scandi scheme with a big hit of colour, plenty of patterned textiles and ultra-cool accessories. An old tea chest acts as a clever low-level bedside table. Layer your scheme with white and off-white accessories such for a clean, fresh look. Finally, a peg rail (or three) above the bed is ideal if you’re always losing your keys, hats and any smaller items that tend to get mislaid.
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