7 Gorgeous Attic Renovations

7 Gorgeous Attic Renovations

Far from a musty, cramped space, each of these modern attic transformations elevate the upper floor to lofty heights.

Above: When working with small spaces, lighter shades help open up the room. Natural lighting from a tiny window bounces off the white-painted walls and angled roof line to create a soft, calming appeal in this Victorian renovation in Toronto | Courtesy of Bob Gundu

Copenhagen renovation attic with Eames chairs.

A furniture designer carves out a modern family home in a renovated 1925 structure on the outskirts of Copenhagen. Here, the formerly cramped attic has been transformed into a sunny dining room with Vitral windows and white-tinted pine floors by Dinesen. The Sara table is by Hay, the Shell chairs are by Charles and Ray Eames, and the artwork is a hand-printed textile she had framed | Photo by Hotze Eisma

Modern bedroom with Bretford light and Paola Lenti rug

Designer Omer Abel’s attic bedroom in his Vancouver home features plenty of sunlight and a mix of vintage and contemporary furniture | Photo by José Mandojana

Attic remodel features bamboo flooring and built-in cabinets.

In Seattle, an architect transforms a cramped space into a flexible and luminous family gathering spot, equipped with daybeds, newly added skylights, and custom storage units | Photo by Ye-h Photography

Architect David Hotson and interior designer Ghislaine Viñas designed the alcove attic bedroom in this four-story penthouse in New York City

This four-level penthouse apartment in New York has some quieter moments (to contrast with the multistory reflective slide snaking throughout). Designed by architect David Hotson_Architect with interiors by Ghislaine Viñas, this top-floor bedroom is a minty moment of repose. Set into the dormer at the opposite side of the bedroom, the alcove bed occupies a wedge of space extending up to the attic-level oculus window | Courtesy of David Hotson

Minimalist bedroom with platform bed

The snug attic contains the master bedroom of this cozy family home sited at a former fishermen’s cottage outside Copenhagen. The platform bed was custom designed by architect and photographer Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen—a longtime friend of the residents who renovated the structure—to maximize storage and fit the unusual space | Photo by Jonas Bjerre-Polsen

Austrian Latticework Home loft and skylight

Though it’s a new construction, rather than a renovation, the attic of this simple gabled home in Austria is simply stunning. It combines rich wood grained interiors with a capacious skylight to create a stunning loft space with a view of the evening sky | Photo by Adolf Bereuter
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