3 Creative Top Floor Rooms with Wood Accents

3 Creative Top Floor Rooms with Wood Accents

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Sometimes living in a smaller space is the best choice for people with a creative spirit. It challenges the mind to simplify and to do more with less, both of which can be important skills for artists to have. The three rooms featured in this post are highly creative, perfectly suited to young artists. Though the furnishings are generally simple, the architectural elements are challenging - from steeply pitched roofs to modern takes on murphy beds, these creative designs are each gorgeous and inspirational in their own exciting way.

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  • Visualizer: Greta Gre
The first room comes from visualized Greta Gre and features what is perhaps the most creative layout. A small living area on the first floor of the space is decorated with sleek, simple lines that include a geometric area rug and the modern answer to a college futon. But perched up above this space is a lofted area when the bed is situated. The bed lives in a white wire cage that extends out over the living room and is attached to the slanted wood ceiling. Spending a night in this cozy bed may not be for the faint of heart, but it’s certainly for the stylistically inclined.

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  • Architect: he.D creative group
  • Designer: he.D creative group
The second room from the architects and designers at the he.D creative group. While the slanted ceiling mimics that of the first space, that is where the similarities seem to end. Rather that use sleek lines, the space embraces patterns and what feels like a lumberjack spirit. From the plaid ottoman to the soft woven rug and the unfinished wooden ceiling beams, this is a top level space that could easily stand the test of time and the discerning eye of someone who hates fuss. The bed in this space folds neatly into the wall, for a Murphy bed effect that though reminiscent of a 1940s apartment space, has its own modern air.

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  • Designer: Takk Interior Design
The final room comes from the designers at Takk Interior Design. It also features a great deal of exposed wood but is decidedly more sleek and even Scandinavian in its style. Like the first space, a lofted bed area is perched somewhat precariously above a main living space, nestled just underneath the pitched ceiling. Creative patterns from the striped created by the ceiling beams to the laser cut patterns on the natural wood foot stools never quite exactly match up, creating an almost reckless, but very purposeful style.

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