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Take a peak inside these amazing attics thanks to our friends at ELLE DECOR. — Glo
Need more space? Look up! Those dusty loft spaces can be good for more than storing clutter. Use inspiration from these great rooms to transform your ordinary attic into the most stylish room in the house.
Country chic2 of 7
Rustic wood beams provide the framework for built-in shelving in the attic bedroom of a 16th-century house in France's Loire Valley. A collection of wicker baskets is displayed alongside other flea-market finds.
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Prim & Proper3 of 7
Michael Maher designed the pair of arched headboards for a guest room in his family's restored New Jersey Victorian. The coverlets are antique matelassé.
Rock the Boat4 of 7
Belgian decorator Alex Flamant converted a boathouse by a pond into his guesthouse, transforming the attic into a bedroom. The whitewashed paneling and tricolor bedding and accessories give the space a nautical feel.
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Clean Cut5 of 7
At artist Jean Pierre Raynaud's 19th-century chalet in Barbizon, France, architect Jean-Michel Wilmotte gave a top-floor bathroom a minimalist update, with clean-lined furnishings in black and white.
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Picture Perfect6 of 7
Framed prints of British Royalty cover a wall in the master bedroom of a Water Mill, New York, farmhouse decorated by Nannette Brown. The 18th-century ebonized rope bed came from the Brimfield Antique Show in Massachusetts.
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True Blue7 of 7
Designer Jacqueline Coumans sheathed the walls and ceiling of an attic bedroom in her Southampton, New York, cottage with a summery fern-print cotton fabric. The coverlet is made of an Indian Batik, and the 1960s wire chair was found at a flea market.