Convert your attic into a walk-in closet. You can store all your clothing there or just your seasonal stuff. The low ceilings and strange nooks are perfect for clothing racks and shoes.
Considering this, can I convert my attic into living space?
When converting an attic to a living space, it must meet the same building requirements as the other rooms in your home. To meet most building codes your attic should: Have at least 7 feet of vertical clearance in the majority of the room, be a minimum of 7 feet wide and have at least 70 square feet of space available.
Also, how do I maximize space in my attic room?
- Assess your space.
- Embrace the romance of an attic bedroom.
- Increase storage with a built-in bed.
- Go semi-built-in with a desk under the eaves.
- Maximize space and light with white.
- Paint the floor.
- Use those low walls to the max.
- Look into customized storage.
What is a full attic?
attic. An attic is an unfinished room at the very top of a house, just below the roof. It's often the setting for creepy stories because it's a room people don't go in very often. A finished attic is extra space you can use for a playroom, bedroom, or storage area.
Can my attic support a floor?
Floor Framing As long as they are not damaged, the joists should be strong enough to allow you to move around in the attic for an inspection and to provide storage for typical boxed items. But they may not be adequate to support the weight of multiple people, furniture, and heavy stored items.