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A top floor bedroom often means attic space, especially in older houses. This mint  bedroom atop a New York penthouse tucks a bed into a tight nook. Photo by David Hotson  Courtesy of David Hotson.  This originally appeared in 6 Airy Attic Renovations.

A top floor bedroom often means attic space, especially in older houses. This mint bedroom atop a New York penthouse tucks a bed into a tight nook. Photo by David Hotson Courtesy of David Hotson. This originally appeared in 6 Airy Attic Renovations.

In a family's Copenhagen townhouse, custom details like this corner bed with built-in shelving keep the younger generation’s spaces playful, but still sophisticated. With four children, utilizing space wisely became a top priority, and the family relies on custom shelving and built-ins to keep clutter at bay. The bed is custom with IKEA frames.  Courtesy of Vipp.  This originally appeared in Black, White, and Gray All Over: Monochromatic Copenhagen Townhouse .

In a kids' room in Copenhagen, a custom bed features built-in shelving that helps keep clutter at bay. Courtesy of Vipp. This originally appeared in Black, White, and Gray All Over: Monochromatic Copenhagen Townhouse .

In a 580-square-foot Hollywood bungalow, a heavy velvet curtain slides across to shield the bedroom from the rest of the open space, creating privacy without walls. Photo by Joe Pugliese.  Photo by Joe Pugliese.   This originally appeared in How to Design with Red.

Designer Funn Roberts recently designed a clever way of saving space in a 580 square foot cabin belonging to actor Vincent Kartheiser (Pete Campbell of AMC

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A dormer on the south side of an Austin family’s house contains two bedrooms. One of the bedrooms features a reading loft carved out of the attic space above the dining room. The intersection of the gabled roof and the shed dormers allowed the residents to wrap large windows around each corner, taking advantage of the “borrowed landscape”—treetop views that root the house to its site. Photo by J.C. Schmiel   Courtesy of J.C. Schmiel.  This originally appeared in Family-Sized Addition for ...

Reading niche by Merzbau Design Collective. Great idea for a contemporary kid room. The reading nook is placed inside a recessed attic space, and sized to fit a twin mattress.

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Image 3 of 18 from gallery of Tsukiji Room H / Yuichi Yoshida & associates. Photograph by Katsumi Hirabayashi

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