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    • Faith Logan

      Sweet Dreams Sleep Nook.

    • Roxanna Vasquez

      Shabby chic romantic use of attic space.

    • Patti B

      A Tiny Victorian Cottage: Shabby chic loft spotted in NYTimes, photographed by Trevor Trondo

    • Megan Rumley

      oh, to have an attic bedroom in an A-frame house would fulfill so many childhood dreams :)

    • Marylyn Sabol

      This romantic Victorian room is part of Sandra Foster\'s cottage project. She reworked the whole cottage, even doing some of the carpentry herself. In this attic room, she hanged drapes from the ceiling for a cozier feel and installed a low-lying vintage c

    • Sara Arrell

      Cosy nooks... using little spaces to create a private hideaway. You can't see it in the photo but this inviting bed is in a loft of a tiny cottage. I could curl up amongst the white cotton and dream for hours! On Location - Dream of a Home Takes the Shape of a Victorian Retreat - NYTimes.com

    • Boheme HomeFit by Fuerza

      33 Plush Reading Teepee Mosquito nets in the Loft http://fuerzainternational.blogspot.com.au/2014/03/inspired-places-to-read-part-2-of-6.html

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