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.
Even small attics can be converted into snug living spaces by choosing the right style and colors. The windows and skylights in this attic define its overall appeal and enliven it with a flood of natural light. By choosing a simple, white backdrop and a single accent hue in blue, the room really grabs your attention, and the uncluttered approach to decorating elevates the focal point. Tiny attics make for cozier living spaces than large ones, and if you are looking to shape a secluded winter retreat right at home, then this is the perfect spot. The attic here has very little vertical space, yet a cool bookshelf and a couch are all you need to turn it into a living area. Throw in a colorful rug, and you have a beautiful getaway with a lovely view.
No floor space? No problem. Urbancase‘s Loll Wallbanger (inspired by the Harvey Wallbanger, a drink invented back in the 1950s by acclaimed mixologist Duke Antone) is a wall-mounted compact bar with a hinged panel door that flips open to become a surface to stir up some cocktails, then closes back up to conceal your spirits when the party’s over. The smart apartment addition comes in eight colors and is made of 100% recycled high-density polyethylene from plastic milk jugs. If you like your drinks with a touch of glamour, the Terrace Bar Cart by West Elm has the sparkle you’re looking for. Because it's on wheels, it can rove wherever the party goes, and its delicate design keeps it from weighing down small spaces.
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