By Robert Hendrix. Bedroom. Published at Wednesday, October 11th, 2017 - 21:00:09 PM.
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.
Shattered factory windows are filled with stained glass; the bed covered with pumpkin leather. Bach floorboards, an exposed brick wall, grated ceiling fan and variety of patterns ensure a different décor at every turn. This loft bedroom oozes sophistication with a multi-layered brick wall in grey, greyscale photographs and a darker mottled rug. White and brown make an appearance in a soft suede duvet, sliding wardrobe and simple floorboards beneath.
Picking a grey for your walls is rather like choosing a white paint – there are far more to sift through than you might ever imagine. This soft grey sits beautifully with luxe cream furnishings and comforting textiles, creating a harmonious scheme. Grey is ideal for the colour shy, and easily creates beautiful schemes full of wow factor.
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