A 50 square meter attic transformed into a colorful and chic space

Working with attic spaces is always a challenge. Most of the times, the problem is with the shape of the roof that minimizes the total usable space inside. There’s also the problem with the light since you can’t have regular windows in some cases. But all these challenges can be overcome and sometimes the results are very inspiring, like in this case, for example. This used to be a dark attic hidden behind an interior décor that didn’t suit it well at all.

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The 50 square meter attic space has been renovated and the transformation is spectacular. The new smart design fits it perfectly. A big surprise was to discover that this space has false ceilings and a valuable portion was hidden behind them. Discovering the actual height of the attic was a big step in transforming it into a bright and airy space. Now it has exposed wooden beams hat were painted white but there’s a feeling of spaciousness throughout which completely changes the atmosphere.

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The laminate oak floor also has a light finish. One portion of the attic has sloping ceilings, few windows and a skylight. It was a bag combination overall but with great potential. As part of the reform, the attic got a new layout which is more functional. It’s now divided into two areas, one for daily activities and one for the night. Behind the old plastered walls were hidden beautiful brick walls and wooden pillars which have been made a part of the new design.{found on micasarevista}.