This house's dormer has been put to use as a reading nook for children. The walls and ceiling have been wallpapered with a playful wallpaper and a bright pink pillow has been placed on the checkered carpet tiles. An acrylic shelf full of books acts as a functional decor piece in the thoughtful space.
This rustic loft guest bedroom features a wrought iron and reclaimed wood bed with southwestern print linens, knotty pine paneled ceiling and walls, and a dormer window that is utilized as a cozy reading nook.
This gorgeous traditional bathroom turns a dormer window into a striking architectural detail by covering the barrel walls in Calacatta marble tile. A slipper tub nestled in the nook is a sunny spot to enjoy a long soak.
The play space in this kid's room, part of the second-floor addition, was expanded by going up! A loft was created underneath the dormer window with the potential to be just about anything (daydreaming nook, pirate ship, secret hideout). A barn door hides an expansive closet.
This expansive bonus room features an abundance of stylish additions such as gold light fixtures, wallpapered nooks in the dormers and checkered carpet tiles. The space is put together as a multipurpose, catch-all room designed to be used by children and adults.
In its original state, the inset areas around the dormers were a waste of space. To give these areas a true purpose, they were transformed into two separate homework nooks complete with custom floating desks. To create the custom desks, first 2X4 lumber and paint-grade plywood were both cut to size, mitered, attached with a nail gun, then sanded and painted.