When you have an attic in your house, it becomes a great opportunity to create a functional space. There are many things that you can create by renovating your attic such as creating an attic bedroom for the kids, designing a small library in the attic, and much more.
If you need more inspiration, you can get more ideas by checking out these 5 attic renovations to increase your living space.
1. Sister’s House by The DHaus Company
In this modern loft, the attic renovation is about creating a comfortable space to enjoy reading books. Sister’s House by The DHaus Company is a modern loft with a bright attic beautified in white. There is also a skylight that lets warm sunlight enter the attic space.
Photography: The DHaus Company
2. The Grange by Feldman Architecture
It is a livable home with a bedroom designed in its attic. The attic renovation in The Grange by Feldman Architecture is about creating a comfortable space to sleep completed with comfortable furniture and a window to allow one to enjoy the awesome views outside.
Photography: Matthew Millman
3. 15th St by Mork Ulnes Architects
You can also transform and renovate your attic into a playing space or a nursery space for your kids. The attic renovation in 15th St by Mork Ulnes Architects is about creating a comfortable space for the kids to sleep, play, and study.
Photographer: Bruce Damonte Photography
4. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman
Designed for a family, the attic renovation in this family house is about creating a kid’s bedroom in the attic. South Slope Brooklyn Townhouse by Barker Freeman has a bright interior which also can be seen in its kid’s attic bedroom. This bedroom is also completed with wall shelves.
Photos by Francis Dzikowski
Photo styling by Brice Gaillard
5. Refurbishment of An Attic by Atelier Starzak Strebicki
In this project, the attic renovation is about a transformation of the attic space into a modern and functional space. Refurbishment of An Attic by Atelier Starzak Strebicki has a bright and comfortable attic where one can sleep and study inside.
Photographer: Mateusz Bieniaszczyk