By Taylor Bell. Bedroom. Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 23:09:04 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.
Mixing two styles together is a great way to achieve a unique look in a white bedroom. If you love country-style design, or vintage accessories, you can incorporate these into your room with ease. A pine bed frame, a patchwork quilt or coloured cushions on a white chair will all lift your white space and inject some of your own personality into the bedroom.
The simplicity of the decor lets the architectural features shine. Low bed frames are commonplace in Scandivian design and work well to maximise space. Mix mid-century and Scandi buys for a cool and classic scheme. Choose sharp geometric designs for bed linen and throws and blend a few glass and pale-wood pieces into the mix.
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