Whether you’re reclaiming space in the attic or simply dealing with a challenging roofline that infringes upon interior living space, sloped ceilings can present serious design dilemmas. Here are 20 children’s bedrooms that make great use of their sloped ceiling parameters.
Consider a bed frame that follows the slope of the wall or building a bed niche directly into the wall, making the slope seem less prominent. Another option is to customise the bed and cabinetry, creating built-ins to make the space as functional as possible. Painting the bed frames, walls, and ceiling the same colour will detract from the ceiling line.
Adding bold colour or murals can also make a strong visual statement while embracing the playfulness and exuberance of youth.
And a couple of sloped ceiling children’s bedroom bonuses you may have seen in prior posts…