I was looking at my photo library when I got the idea of publishing an instructable about the attic I restored some years ago. While searching for the right photos, I realized that this room was the subject of quite a few of my instructables.

Since the room was restored about 10 years ago, some photos are blurred and low defined. I hope you'll understand that I use them only because I have no alternative.

You will see that during the years a lot of things changed in the configuration of the room. 

Step 1: The starting point

Some blurry photos to show you how it was before the restoration
<p>I am attempting to remodel my whole house, without spending a cent.</p><p>So I live on Instructables.</p><p>This is a brilliant Idea. Thank you for posting this</p>
Great article! Great job on the attic restoration, it looks great. I have a friend who is looking into restoring their roof and is seeking a <a href="http://www.hometownrestoration.net" rel="nofollow">roofing contractor</a> to be able to get started right away. Did you run into any problems with your roof while you were working on your attic? Thanks!
I really like the sofa with the stair access to the top, so no space of that inclined ceiling is wasted.
The other solution was to have a smaller second floor. But it was too expensive and the resulting spaces could look smaller
Wow that looks great!, I love how you used curves and angles to create a room that is very unique and which has a great presence.<br>
You pinpointed the idea behind the room :) thank for the appreciation
don't u mean 'convert'?
Restore: repair or renovate (a building, work of art, vehicle, etc.) so as to return it to its original condition: the building has been lovingly restored.
Convert: To change (something) from one use, function, or purpose to another; adapt to a new or different purpose. (Just saying) <br><br>Looks good, I'm thinking of trying something like this.
good luck :)

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