The attic is often illustrated as a scary place that’s often inhabited by ghosts. It’s time to replace such a terrible concept with fascinating ideas of attic room designs.
Some people use the attic rooms for storage, while some others prefer to use it for a spare room, or a room for their kids to play.
In short, you can transform an attic room into anything based on your needs. It can even be a bedroom!
Here, we’ve provided a list of attic bedroom design ideas that might inspire you.
Small Attic Bedroom
An attic room can be transformed into a reading room because it provides distance from anything that occurs downstairs—which is anything that every book-nerd ever wants.
Paint the walls with a relaxing tone, such as grey. Decorate the walls with framed paintings that trigger your imaginations. The last step is to fill the room with unique furniture.
Attic Reading Nook
Transform an empty attic room into a sanctuary of book lovers. You can build the bookshelves or use the built-in ones depending on your taste.
Meanwhile, you can utilize the attic window as the reading area where you can put a comfortable sofa or a comfy bed. Then, you can install some lighting to make reading more convenient.
To make the room look even bigger, use white as the dominant color, and complement it with dark hardwood floors.
Attic Bedroom for The Twins
Decorate the ceiling with rustic beams to be a little artsy. Then, use a unique wallpaper on the end-wall.
The position of the twin beds is not facing the dormer; instead, they face the stairs to see who is coming upstairs. The dormer can be a natural alarm to wake your twins!
To enhance the warmth in the room, use a nice pine wood floors.
Attic Master Bedroom
A master bedroom usually takes the biggest room in the house. That is why some people choose to utilize the huge space in the attic to become a master suite, and this is one of the examples.
The ceiling is nicely decorated with beams. Also, the wall has a unique texture that gives the room a distinct characteristic.
The use of green, white, and burgundy is in the right place that this idea becomes suitable for those who want a natural atmosphere inside the room.
Simple Monochrome Attic Bedroom
If the space in your attic room is small, you should go with a simple design as well. This idea allows you to make the simplicity stands out.
To fit into the room, buy a bed mattress that matches the curtain. Then, use nice and polished hardwood floors to add the level of comfort.
Cottage Style Attic Bedroom
Living in a simple cottage in a small village brings peace to some people. If you’re one of those people, but you don’t want to stay in a remote area, this can be a great alternative.
Transform the room using rustic beams ceiling and rural tiles floors. To enhance the style, only use a wood chair, wood frame on the built-in drawers, and traditional basket as well as the foot table at the end of the bed.
Attic Nursery Room
If you have a new member in the family, but there’s not enough room in the master bedroom for the crib, transform the attic into a nursery room.
The style can be adjusted to the gender of your baby. This one seems to be for a boy because the end wall is painted with a blue-ish color. There’s also a painting of a young boy reading a book.
Small Attic Bedroom with Twin Bed
Not every attic is huge. This one has limited space, but it shouldn’t bother you. A small space is not a boundary for a creative mind like yours.
Don’t forget! The key to making a room bigger lies in the color choice.
Here, white is used to paint the wall up to the ceiling.
There is a couple of furniture that is also in white, such as the nightstand and the bedding.
Then, to create a depth to the room, use navy blue on the floor.
Don’t you feel like you’re floating on the ocean?
High Ceiling Attic Bedroom
One thing that’s very noticeable from this idea is the slopped ceiling. It goes all the way up to the top of the house. The huge, sturdy beam seems to hold the ceilings together.
The racks and the window frame create an industrial vibe; however, the ambiance from the lighting makes you feel like you’re out there camping.
Luxurious Attic Master Bedroom
Do you want to feel like you’re in the Four Seasons?
This attic room has been successfully transformed into a luxurious gateway. Not only has it an extremely cozy bedroom, but it has a luxurious bathroom that’s completed with an expensive spa spot.
The lux can be seen from the features, such as granite vanity top with double sinks, see-through shower and bathtub glass doors, skylight view through the dormer, and the choice of the tiles.
Here, you’ll feel like you’re in heaven!
Shabby Chic Attic Bedroom
This design can be applied to an attic room with large dormers. For example, this room has a huge dormer that’s located below a pair of large windows.
That is why chandelier isn’t needed here because you can take advantage of all of the natural light from the sun.
Here, the dormer becomes the most essential element of the room because it provides enough light to make the room bigger.
As well as the choice of color of the wall, ceiling, and the furniture adds to the openness.
Attic Children Bedroom
Don’t let your attic room goes to waste!
Remodel the attic into a functional room. A large room can be reused as a place for several young children’s bedrooms.
This may be an excellent idea for orphans or an extra room when your child has his or her friends. Looking at the interior, the wood beams and the flooring give the room a countryside feel.
Fun Kids’ Bedroom in the Attic
Sometimes, it’s hard to take your kids to bed. It’s a different case when their bedroom looks like this one!
Remodel the attic room into an innovative bedroom for children. This design allows you to have a unique bunk bed for them. The stair is even multi-functional.
Attic Guest Room
Do you want to give your guests an unforgettable experience?
Give them a fantastic skylight view by transforming the attic room into a relaxing guest bedroom.
This attic is large enough to fit a king-size bed with a nightstand on each side. The chandelier is also a nice touch, giving warmth to the entire space.
To avoid feeling claustrophobic, use white color for the ceiling. This way, the ceiling seems higher than it actually is.