I’m excited to be here guesting at The Mustard Ceiling to give you some inspiration for living smaller but better. I’m a big proponent of sustainable design, and by that I mean living with style and with a small footprint. Sustainable design can be achieved by building and decorating with eco-friendly products, or through reusing materials, or simply by living small. Small spaces can be organized and designed so that you don’t have to sacrifice style or function. But what if you already feel too cramped? Move up. To the attic.
Here are some great examples of using attic space to create new rooms without adding on or building new.
|Kelly Deck Design|
Yes, slope roof lines can create challenges, but as you can see from these examples, they also create interesting spaces. ¬†If you are lucky enough to have convertible attic space, what are you waiting for? If you don’t, come on over to refresheddesigns¬†to check out other ideas for living small and sustainably.
Thanks Elizabeth for having me!