No longer just for storage, attics have been reclaimed as a way to add square footage to people’s homes. And it’s easy to see why. Given their position at the top of the house, attics have easy access to a plethora of natural light. And the wood beams and sharply sloped ceilings common to most attics give them instant architectural appeal. Whether characterized by sky-high ceilings or cozy corners, attics are the perfect place to add an extra bedroom, an office, or even an entire apartment. Keep scrolling to see some of the most beautiful converted attics around.
Schoolhouse Electric Tangled Chandelier ($285 and up)
Secher Early Egg Chair by Arne Jacobsen, 1958 (price upon request)
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