There is not many rooms so evocative and romantic as a loft. In many single-family homes, chalets and old houses there are these spaces, and, increasingly, the last floors of some buildings have completely mansard floors, in the style of French dormers fashionable in the 19th and 20th centuries.
It is also true that his conditioning requires more foresight: the different heights of a loft, can be dangerous (due to blows), not allowing that the furniture in their measures standard, or difficulties fit to find blinds or shutters decorative and not only functional.
The lower parts can be leveraged to make a storage bespoke furniture, well classic, with doors, shelves, or cabinets which allow to view its content, a good choice in small spaces.
The challenge is to enhance the light, if there are few higher or lateral openings, and if present in sufficient quantity, limit your input to avoid damaging furniture and floors and, at the same time, limit the heat. Here the curtains with fabric screen to regulate the passage of light will be that more can help.
Beds are usually also well located in lower spaces, provided that there is a minimum of height that will allow us to not be in danger whenever we move, or if we wake up at midnight. Instead, you should leave the dining room and passage areas for more height.
Indulge yourself in the style that most inspires you because a romantic space as the attic does not necessarily require a romantic or rustic decor. You can create a new space entirely different to the rest of home or follow the guidelines of the House style common to all.
If your whole House attic, don’t limit yourself, from minimalism to the vintage, everything is supported.