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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Creepy Attic Turned Master Bedroom

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!
From: diynetwork.com

Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!, Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!, Nasty carpet from the 60's. Pink built in recessed drawers. Only lighting was a plugged in sconce.    , Bedrooms Design

Nasty carpet from the 60's. Pink built in recessed drawers. Only lighting was a plugged in sconce.

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!, Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!, Dark cramped spaces   , Bedrooms Design

Dark cramped spaces

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!, Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!, I built a small fireplace mantle out of leftover scraps of trim. Using a plank of wood, red paint, and a dremmel tool, I etched a fake brick design into the wood to give the fake fireplace a more rustic look.  A unique tea light candle holder placed inside gives a romantic fire illusion in the master bedroom without having do major constuction or the need for ventilation.  , Bedrooms Design

I built a small fireplace mantle out of leftover scraps of trim. Using a plank of wood, red paint, and a dremmel tool, I etched a fake brick design into the wood to give the fake fireplace a more rustic look. A unique tea light candle holder placed inside gives a romantic fire illusion in the master bedroom without having do major constuction or the need for ventilation.

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!, Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!, Painted the built in drawers white, removed old yellow carpet, installed 2 sconces, a lighted ceiling fan, and 3 recessed lights with a dimmer over the bed.   , Bedrooms Design

Painted the built in drawers white, removed old yellow carpet, installed 2 sconces, a lighted ceiling fan, and 3 recessed lights with a dimmer over the bed.

Creepy attic turned master bedroom!, Once a partially finished attic with no lighting, now a beautiful and secluded master bedroom!, Adding recessed lighting on a dimmer and soft yellow paint for the walls really brought some romance into the room. Adding window treatments and light bedding completed the package.    , Bedrooms Design

Adding recessed lighting on a dimmer and soft yellow paint for the walls really brought some romance into the room. Adding window treatments and light bedding completed the package.

From: diynetwork.com

1 comment:

  1. Job well done, Dalia! I am loving the light bedding. It is romantic, indeed! Nice lighting always makes a difference in a room, don't they? I've seen your other work and they are amazing! We could always make plain and boring into something extraordinary. All it takes is a little creativity and resourcefulness. For those who are not interested at all, they can always call the experts. I'm curious about why you chose to remodel attics in particular. :)

    Lue Madson

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