As the family continues to grow and space begins to seem like it’s at an increasing premium in your home, you may be looking at ways to take advantage of additional unused space. If so, then one way you can definitely get more out of your home is to convert an attic space into a beautiful master bedroom or master suite.
Of course, designing a master bedroom in an attic is a little more complicated than it would be elsewhere in the home. You’ll have the roofline to compete with, and you’ll have to think carefully about how things are laid out and designed. That’s why we thought it would be fun to share 15 absolutely inspiring attic master bedroom designs.
Whether you’re looking for an idea that’s luxury through-and-through or looking for something that can work on a budget, there’s plenty of inspiration to be had here. So, let’s take a look at 15 beautiful attic master bedroom designs that you’re sure to be impressed by!
1. The Chill Vibe
By pairing up a blue and white color scheme with black and white linens and a throw rub, this attic master bedroom achieves a very chill vibe.
2. Keeping It Low
With ceiling clearance low, you’ll want to go for low profile furniture to make the room more comfortable. Also, check out how those skylights completely change the feel of this space.
3. The Open Bathroom
Why not go “completely different” when building your master bedroom in the attic? This home owner decided to leave the master bathroom exposed, which totally creates a unique look.
4. Bedside Tables
If the head of your bed is underneath an angled ceiling, you’ll likely need to develop a unique solution for bedside tables. Check out what they did here!
5. Using the Space Available
In many ways, the shape of your attic space will determine how it’s used. Note how this design makes maximum use of the ceiling lines to ensure that the bedroom feels open.
6. Adding Visual Interest
In order to create a luxurious look and feel for this attic master bedroom, white wainscoting has been used on the ceiling and paired with grey walls. This works perfectly!
7. Using Exposed Wood
The exposed wood of the ceilings in this attic master bedroom adds plenty of charm, while recessed lighting will help to keep the space feeling bright and airy.
8. Ultimate Luxury
If there’s attic space to allow for it, you can go all out. The real standout here is obviously the glass enclosure around the stairway that leads up into the attic.
9. Contemporary Lines
One would typically associate an attic master bedroom with a rustic design. However, this example shows how contemporary styling can be used just as easily.
10. The Cozy Vibe
With the exposed brick wall at the back, this attic master bedroom may be small, but there’s no denying it’s cozy sleepy-time feel.
11. Creating Storage
Storage space is obviously at a premium in your attic. Check out those closets that have been built into the wall of this attic master bedroom.
12. Keeping It Simple
There’s no need to fill up an attic master bedroom with stuff. If you’ve got some beautiful skylights like this example does, then you can keep things simple.
13. Wood on Wood
The use of wood walls, ceilings and floors keeps the classic attic vibe alive in this master bedroom, all while creating a decidedly contemporary feel.
Check out how the detailing on the ceiling of this attic master bedroom adds visual interest to the space, particularly though the way in which the detailing is able to play with light and shadow.
Unless you’re a daily morning person, you’ll want to come up with a solution for putting shades over any skylights you might have in your attic master bedroom.