The sloped ceiling of this cozy sitting area gives interesting dimension to the fireplace whose dark gray stone facade stands out in bold contrast to the white walls. In this room as seen throughout the home, the entire side wall folds back to allow access to the ocean breezes and outdoor spaces.
Large, glass pendant lights illuminate this dining area and accentuate the sloped ceiling. Black leather and chrome rolling chairs add a modern flair to the simple wood dining table. A set of French doors and large windows peer out over a balcony area and allow lots of natural light to brighten the space.
Nestling a desk against a wall is a smart way to make the most of a low, sloped ceiling — it's just the right height to sit but not stand. The desk is also built around a radiator, a strategy for keeping the old home's original elements in tact. Jewel-toned accents make the teen room feel a little more grown-up.
A wood slat sloped ceiling and red windowpane print sofa give off a cozy cabin vibe while the zebra print ottoman and tufted red armchairs bring some drama and glamour to this game room. Red and white striped tub club chairs sit in front of the windows with a dainty chandelier, creating an intimate spot for reading or playing cards.
This spacious living room includes a cozy fireplace seating area and plush sectional facing the mounted flatscreen. A sloped ceiling makes the room cozy, while a skylight, un-curtained windows and recessed lighting keep it bright and welcoming. A cowhide piece functions as ottoman or table in front of brown leather armchairs. A wooden cabinet below the TV allows for entertainment storage to be concealed and organized.
The solution-based design for this attic-shaped room with left and right sloping ceilings was to open up the ceiling and add collar ties to make the space feel airy and inviting, and utilize unused space below to create closets. The six handy closets blend in with the rest of the bedroom's electric blue walls, with pure white trim that helps the closets coordinate with the exposed collar ties above.
A wasted space in the form of a dated double height covered front door area became a newly found space with the design of this cozy space. By adding a floor, designer Kristina Crestin was able to carve out this little nook. A deep, long window seat with pillows and reading lights is perfect for lounging. Bookcases were built in to the awkward sloped ceiling, creating one of the kids most favorite places.
Stone walls, sloping beamed ceilings and a mural that wraps the space turns this kids' room into a whimsical, child-like dreamland. Beds are built into niches around the room, allowing ample space for young guests. A wood balcony overlooks a window seat that filters in natural light.
The master bedroom has sloped walls and a vaulted ceiling. Painting the walls a pale blue quiets the space and adds to its peaceful feel. A spool bed in fresh white is a lovely bed choice, quaint and romantic.
A heavy wood coffee table along with exposed ceiling beams anchor this living room with rustic charm. Printed chairs with sloped arms and a built-in bookcase offer a more updated, transitional look in this space first seen on HGTV's Buying and Selling.
In this five-story Boston townhouse, a traditional living room features floor-to-ceiling bookshelves for housing the homeowners' many books. Four sloped chairs with nailhead trim make for a cozy reading spot or intimate conversations. The graphic area rug brings a touch of contemporary to the room.
The homeowner/designer took a "less is more" approach to the kitchen redesign, opting for Scandinavian inspired simplicity. Gleaming white floors and cabinetry punctuated by black countertops and light fixtures let the large steel windows showcase the lush landscape beyond. The original ceiling was low and made the galley kitchen feel claustrophobic. Removing the drywall to reveal the sloped roof line injected some modernist magic back into the space.
This attic has been converted into sports room with sports-related art hanging on sloping portions of the ceiling and a football field border along the bottom walls. A large television is positioned on one side of the room with comfortable patterned chairs.
Wood beams at the ceiling and sloping walls give this rustic bedroom the cozy feeling of being tucked in at night. A wide window set into a niche provides a spot for a chaise longue, creating a great spot for reading and bringing in ample natural light.