Attics are usually unfinished spaces known for being either neglected or cluttered. Almost everyone who owns such a space tends to keep sending there all those unused items that one is reluctant to throw them away. However some, who are in a possession of an attic, are not faced with the clutter or neglect issue, but rather are lacking either a working or living space. Finishing this space up costs money and this is why usually people keep postponing tackling such projects.
Nevertheless, in case you are in a need of an extra space, the lack of financial means doesn’t have to be the major issue of not tackling an attic project.
By being creative and with the use of some DIY skills you can turn your bare attic into a very stylish space.
This is an example of an attic space that I managed to turn into a very stylish space, in less than 24 hours spending only a few euros.
To achieve this look I used a roll of white table cover paper to hide the bare front wall. The side attic openings were treated with white second hand curtains. The floor was covered in black sheet of plastic that is used in agriculture.
The used furniture pieces were repurposed and remodelled to fit the overall design.
As the attic lacks natural light more artificial light was aded to make the space a bit brighter.
So don’t let your mudroom, basement or garage fall victim to clutter and neglect. Update your specialty rooms with these money-saving ideas or call a professional to help you complete your projects.
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