Who said that you can't have an elaborate living area in the attic, complete with an entertainment unit and even a cozy fireplace? The television becomes the focal point of this attic living space, along with the sleek, contemporary fireplace. Skylights usher in natural ventilation, while the plush rug and the seating options bring in chic textural contrast. It is not just the modern homes that can put the attic to use. In fact, old structures that have been ingeniously renovated can play host to even more enchanting attic living rooms. This classic barn was transformed into a gorgeous home while keeping some of the features like the wooden trusses and the stone walls intact. Using these elements to its advantage, this attic space creates a cozy retreat right at home.
Looking beyond functionality and focusing on aesthetics, we start off our journey by delving into a world of sofas with a distinct red hue. The many shades of red and the finish of the sofa allow the bold and conspicuous red couch to be a part of many different living rooms. A dashing sofa in wine red and clad in leather looks as much at home in modern and eclectic living rooms as it does in traditional living spaces. Modern couches in lither tones of red, pastel pink and even burnt orange are increasingly becoming part of smart homes where neutral backdrops demand a splash of uplifting brightness. Blue for the living room couch is no longer viewed as a daring decorating choice. In fact, bluish-gray contemporary sofas are popular among the most popular around. But those craving for snazzier and more dazzling shades of blue might want to think twice before they bring home a sofa in cobalt or peacock blue! It is not so much about whether they look good on the catalog page as it is about how much you really like the particular shade and tint of blue. If it is just a passing fascination, then you might have to splurge on a brand new sofa just a few seasons down the line!
This is one of our favorite attic living rooms, as it not only accommodates an entire apartment, but also opens up the attic of the building to the views outside. The amazing bird’s-eye view of San Francisco leaves you spellbound, while the floor-to-ceiling glass windows and doors bring in ample natural light. With a gorgeous balcony outside and comfy seating indoors, this attic living space is indeed a showstopper. Here is a great example of home the style you choose can define the overall appeal of your attic living area. This attic might not be blessed with plenty of space, but the use of cool Scandinavian style gives it a cheerful, airy visual appeal. Everything is minimal and understated, and the fireplace brings a dash of color to the setting. Additions like the iconic Nesso Lamp give the room an unmistakable Midcentury vibe.
The Day System takes this a step further, as it contains a wide range of storage units, shelves, back panels and even benches and drawers that aim to give your living space a coherent, modern ambiance. Maximizing precious foot space with ease, you can even use special backlit LED modules to highlight your favorite collectibles and memorabilia!
If you`re looking for a well-designed bar cart that doesn‘t cost an arm and a leg, don’t forget to look through other categories of furniture as well. For example, IKEA‘s Bygel Utility Cart ($29.99) is presented as a kitchen island alternative but could easily be used as a space-saving drink trolley. The removable top drawer doubles as a serving tray and the included three hooks would be great for hanging towels or ice tongs. Take your guests on a little journey every time you serve a drink with the worldly Lodge Bar Junior. Although it looks like a travel trunk on the outside, the inside opens up to reveal everything you need to get the party started.
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