Unused Attic Space Becomes Boys' Bedroom

A seldom-used attic space is remodeled as a multipurpose boys' bedroom packed with style and substance.

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Architectural Bunk Beds

The biggest splurge and most involved element of the attic's remodel was its custom architectural bunk bed. Created to look more like a permanent structure than a freestanding piece of furniture, the modern masterpiece was made from basic lumber and decorative pine planks. Overall, the bed took four full days to cut, assemble, sand and paint. To ensure longevity, it was painted ultra-white in a semigloss finish using an HVLP paint sprayer. Should the palette eventually change as the boys grow, the ultra-white will work well with any new color combination.


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