Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Attic Conversions

If you live in an older home, chances are you have a good amount of attic space.  And the good news is that converting this space to a bedroom, office, or play room is a great way to gain more space with significantly lower cost than adding on to your home.  You already have the floors, ceiling and walls in place, so it's just a matter of finishing it off.  Because of this, they are have a great return on investment, around 72%.

We've gathered some images of beautiful attic conversions to give you some ideas for how you can use your attic space.

Craftsman Attic with Pastel 30-in. Oxford Swivel Bar Stool with Arms - Autumn Rust, Carpet, Pendant light, Exposed beam

Traditional Guest Bedroom with flush light, Skylight, interior wallpaper, Finished attic, Carpet

Contemporary Attic with High ceiling, Wall sconce, Hardwood floors, Exposed beam, Semi-circular sectional

Traditional Master Bedroom with Built-in bookshelf, stone fireplace, French doors, Carpet

Contemporary Closet with flush light, Carpet, Shaw PetProtect Bitzy 7L60700120 Marley Fashion Forward Indoor Carpet

Contemporary Living Room with Accent pillows, Table lamp, Sofa, Exposed beam, Pendant light, Reclaimed Teak Console Table

Traditional 3/4 Bathroom with Rain shower, Avanity Madison 28 In Mirror Cabinet, Glass panel, frameless showerdoor, Flush

Contemporary Home Gym with High ceiling, Carpet

Traditional Home Office with Highland Plaid 22601, flush light, Wainscotting, Moore 60" Media Console, Carpet

Source:  Michelle Schwake for Stafford Family Realtors

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