Who: Sue W.Where: St. Paul, MN"The space was transformed by the light. It was a dark and dusty space before. Now it is sunny and bright—a quiet, warm room for reading and writing."Who did the work: I did some of the work myself but a contractor did most of it.Cost: $25,000 to $50,000See all the images from this entry.Follow our detailed instructions for building a bookcase.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this for a former/attic finish! Fun, Space saver, LIFE SAVER If you need more room for sleeping. I can see this deco'd for girls, for my 3 granddaughters! They're all sleeping in one room right now & their house has a dormer/attic just like that!
Dead space under the eaves becomes a focal point and smart storage area with the addition of custom mini barn doors. See more of this fabulous redo at http://thehousediaries.com/blog/2015/1/7/jan-7-big-bedroom
Finished attic with built in storage….great use of normally “unusable” space. @ Home Improvement Ideas:: an awesome space for sleep overs and spooky stories as well as things like wrapping paper storage and craft storage