If you own a tiny studio of 34 squares, also located on the top floor of the house, and therefore having sloping walls, your main task is to properly organize and arrange all residential areas. For example, designers from Gothenburg went non-standard way and came up with the construction of a second floor under the bedroom.
Special features of the attic
On the one hand, a true romanticist will call such a place poetic, located close to the stars. On the other hand, a practical person will think about the competent arrangement of furniture and the struggle with excessive heating of the premises on hot sunny days. That's when useful functions such as the arrangement of the upper floor, hidden from prying eyes, the choice of low cabinets and the lightest color scale for decoration materials, protecting from scorching rays.
Of course, ordinary people, most likely, it will be difficult to cope with such a project without the help of specialists.
As a result, downstairs there is a kitchen consisting of small closed storage systems, a dining room that actually includes only a small round dining table crammed into the space under the stairs, and a living room with a cozy sofa and a compact bookshelf.
It turned out a rather spacious, not overloaded room, and even a wall with two windows remained almost free. The second tier, respectively, was taken under the bedroom, and, surprisingly, it was possible to put not only a double bed with a bedside table, but also a chest of drawers for personal items and a desk.
Naturally, for the decoration of rooms used classic light colors, which visually increase the footage and protect them from overheating. However, the interior would not have looked so original without such stylish design findings as beams made from natural dark wood that seem to support vertical surfaces that perfectly blend with the upper floors of the bedroom.
A special highlight was the wall of the living room, covered with exclusive gray wallpaper with interesting ornaments, as well as a special lighting system. By the way, here there is an additional source of natural light in the form of a traditional hole in the sloping roof.
Competent specialists immediately determine that the interior is made in Scandinavian style with elements of eclecticism. There are mixed parts such as forged stair rails, plastic furniture, unpainted steps and an old box for shoes in a narrow corridor.
Thus, we remember both the classics, the high-tech, and the shine-chic. A cozy home atmosphere is undoubtedly created by living indoor plants in tubs, and especially a luxurious orange tree. For the environment, originally designed in cold colors, this warm note is absolutely necessary, otherwise it will all look more like an office.