Loft Conversion, PutneyCoastal Bedroom
Nick Smith Photography
What Houzz contributors are saying:
6. Some areas haven’t been usedMany bedrooms have lots of seemingly useless nooks and crannies, especially if they’re located in the loft. The challenge for this type of bedroom is to recognise the opportunities for storage in awkward spaces below a sloping ceiling or beside a structural post. How can you solve it? Take a closer look at an area of the room that at first glance seems unusable. Chances are you can fit some neat storage in. You could build in low-eaves storage, or have a fitted wardrobe slotted in with the doors cut on the diagonal to maximise space. Make the most of a stud wall by creating some recessed shelving, as they’ve done here in this clever design where the cubbyhole shelf is fulfilling the function of a bedside table.