There are so many attic bathrooms that I see that are just a bit…meh. You know the sort I mean. There are so many humdrum, bog-standard loft conversions that you come away feeling ‘seen one, seen ’em all’. But let me tell you , my Modern Country loving friends, you have not seen them all! Not by a long shot. Today, I’ve picked out 50 of my all-time favourite Modern Country attic bathrooms. Stunners, every single one.
Some of these are from loft conversions, some are rooms up in the eaves. We have a top floor that is in the roofline but that still has attic above it so is not a loft conversion per se but still has the benefit of those quirky ceilings and exposed beams.
So this post is kind of a selfish one! I’m thinking ahead, dreaming of the day when we can renovate the bathroom on the top floor and drawing inspiration a-gogo from these stunning spaces.
Another top tip is to warm things up as much as you can. Loft conversions have a tendency to feel sterile and commercial unless your super careful, Make the very most of quirky features to add chatacter and add cosiness through fabric, natural materials, and your own special style (Modern Country bathroom style, natch!!).
In client projects, I often recommend trying to use the old beams taken down elsewhere in a loft conversion to add extra age and texture to the attic bathrooms. Never mind if the builders look at you as though you’re mad, follow this adivce and you’ll soon be wallowing in your own glorious, private Modern Country attic bathroom sanctuary.
Take care till next time,
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