Attic Family Room

Chris and Deborah Gagnon's century-old three-story home came with the hidden treasure of an unused attic that seemed perfect to transform into a family room.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionThe attic now has a modern style with plenty of comfortable seating for the family to relax and enjoy.
A comfortable seating area surrounds the chimney that now features a plasma TV. Beadboard wainscoting adds a turn-of-the-century look. A soft pearl white is used for the trim and cabinetry while a buff color adds interest to the walls.

Makeover Information
puppet theater, built-in cabinetry - Custom Creations
sectional sofa
(3601, Main Street in Camel Techno Microfiber, VanGuard) - NIV Interior Design
custom-bound area rug
(Aloe Verde/18355, Karastan, Kent Place) - The Square Yard
pendant lights
(Sophia, HL0621, Dark Waxed Bronze Finish); wall sconces (Judith, IS1094, Dark Waxed Bronze Finish) - Remains Lighting
lounge chairs
(Amherst Swivel Glider, 188-646); bar stools (Madison); leather lounge chair (Club Recliner, 363-685); coffee table (Cordova, 331-708) - Crate & Barrel
plasma TV
(SP-P4251) - Samsung

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