Attic Room

Attic Room Furniture & D├ęcor

Adding an attic room allows you to expand the usable space in your home, but with sloped ceilings and odd layouts, attic rooms can be an unconventional design space with challenges and opportunities. Whether you use it for an extra bedroom or guest room, a conversation area, game room, office or teen hang out, the options are virtually unlimited. Whatever you decide, we've got an array of attic room decor to restyle this untapped area from drab to fab.

A pitched roof is likely to play a part in your design, creating challenges with tight headspace on at least a couple of walls. To remedy this issue, keep standing areas to the center of the room. If you go the guest room route, look for low profile beds to fit a slanted ceiling. Also, consider adding chests and dressers to substitute for a missing closet. For a home office or craft room, L-shaped desks and accent cabinets are great for projects and storage.

When placing seating in an attic room, keep the seating away from low ceiling areas so that people don’t hit their heads when standing up. If you are placing a bed against a slanted ceiling, choose a bed frame with a deep headboard, like a sleigh bed or a bookcase bed for this same reason. Browse our collection of attic room furniture to find the best fit for your design plans.