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  • Karissa Lund

    For those awkward 'bonus room' ceilings - what a cute idea! Loft idea! For the attic room

  • Heather Etchison

    Fun idea for a reading nook in a loft or bonus room

  • Devri Frandsen

    Fun window seat idea for our bonus room :)

  • Angie Cardwell

    Great idea for awkward attic bedroom. Tons of storage, no chance to bok your head sitting up in bed. I would include pullout drawers on sturdy tracks in the lower section or stuff would get pushed to the back and never seen again.

  • John Weatherred

    Book nook that would work with oddly shaped bonus room

  • Amy Pollock

    Reading nook in the window, built in so no need to get furniture up the stairs. Love this idea for those awkward sloped ceilings in attic spaces.

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