Almost every home certainly has a space that sometimes is never used optimally. Most stuck just become a warehouse for items that are not used. Especially if you only have three to four people at home, there is still a lot of space that can be utilized. Especially for homes that have conical triangular roofs, they usually choose a warehouse by utilizing the attic or upper part of the house. Or some even leave it outdated and neglected so it becomes a nest for mice. Well, instead of using the attic as a warehouse or even leaving it untreated, it’s a good idea to make the attic a private room or your bedroom, a reading room, a family room, or even a dining room and kitchen. Maybe some of the examples below can be your inspiration!
Extra bedrooms are certainly very good for your home. Whether it’s as a master bedroom, a child’s bedroom, or maybe even a guest bedroom. Having a family room separate from other rooms, of course, is a distinct advantage. Make use of the attic section and turn it into a comfortable family room, providing extra privacy and comfort. The dining room is usually close to the kitchen, but you can make it unusual by placing it in the attic section. The design of the attic room usually has a unique shape, because we have to adjust to the existing attic shape. In fact, you must pay attention to several components in it. The first thing to consider if you want to build a mezzanine, is to pay attention to the height of the roof of the house. Make sure the ceiling height on the attic roof has a slope limit of up to 50 percent. This is a standard measure when you are in the attic with a standing position. Also note the structural material used. Choose strong material for attics and parts of the floor. If the mezzanine is sturdy and strong, you don’t worry about putting furniture in the attic. The stairs to the attic are also expected to use material and have a harmless form. Because the top of the house has hot air, then to make an attic room, you must have a good ventilation system. At least you have to make one window in the attic room. Aside from being an air vent, the window also functions as a natural lighting source.