Looking for more square footage? Embrace the angled walls and convert your attic into a master suite, guest room, office or just a custom hideaway.
By Jacquelyn McGilvrayMore in Home Improvement
Normally beadboard paneling goes on the bottom of a wall and painted drywall on top. Here it's switched with the beadboard on the ceiling. The lighter color on the ceiling gives the illusion of height and helps keep the space bright. Take a look at the other side of this room in the next photo.
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