Beautiful Decorated Attic Spaces To Inspire You



Sloping ceiling are not usualy in our attention when we imagine and design a home or a room.But there are times when this type of ceiling is allready part of the room like a loft for instance.Looking  of this pictures I can easily tell that the author of this interior design  viewed the sloping ceiling not as an obstacle but more like  a challenge in maximizing the space managing to create an interesting architectural wonder.

This allready irregular place has been improrved by adding arches, carefully placet to distract and to draw the eye up, at the apartments highest point.Also large windows were used that follow the pitch of the roof, allowing so the natural light to come in and to lay down on the great brick walls and  shiny wooden floors.

The artificial lighting system includes mostly  lamps on the ceiling to bighten the shady coners transforming them into a comfortable relaxation area.There is a reason  for the white color.It pushes the walls to a level that allows them to become one with the ceiling.Nice rugs found here and there keep the eye down, to a lower level to create the perception of a larger room.Everything is at low level, including seating, couches and tables and also shelves.The left space is destined for relatively large pieces of art to garnish the place nicely.As we have allready seen, it can be done.Living with style in an loft.{found on hd, and L4 World}


Published by in Interiors, on December 13th, 2011

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