The attic bedrooms have a special charm; like this versatile one, shared by three sisters, with sofa beds to rest day and night
The company VA e Hijos, SL reformed this loft, turning it into a pleasant room for three teenage sisters. In its loose meters the rest, study and storage area were distributed.
Esparto elephant head
The walls and ceiling were painted white, matching the porcelain floor, which gives the room spaciousness and light. Some original paintings and decorative pieces personalize the space. Painting, of Valentine. Boston tiles, by Porcelanosa. Pictures, by Marina Prodan. Esparto grass elephant head and cushion with the legend Siesta, by Mona de Rama.
Identical sofa beds
Three identical sofa beds were placed under the ceiling beams: two in line and one opposite. In the center, two stretcher tables invite the girls to have a snack and do their homework. Table cloths, from the Vintage collection, by Nya Nordiska. Carpet, from El Corte Inglés.
Two arched windows allow you to enjoy nature. While on the roof terrace, at night, they can gaze at the stars together.
Country upholstery for sofas
The Toile de Jouy designs in fabrics and wallpapers add elegance to the environments, such as the country upholstery chosen for the sofas, very much in keeping with the location of the house. Fabrics and upholstery, by Pedro Ros. On each sofa there is always a warm blanket, so that their owners do not get cold when they lie down to read.
Check cushions from the Kappa Check collection
Mix of designs. Plain and patterned fabrics were chosen to dress the multiple cushions that rest on the sofas during the day. At night they are removed for the comfort of their young guests. The variety of sizes and designs in the textiles follows a common trail: the marsala color that, although it is the one that dominates the environment, is sprinkled with touches of gray. Checked cushions, from the Kappa Check collection, by Nya Nordiska. Polka dot cushion, for sale in Mona de Rama.
Between both seats there was a small table with drawers, which two of the sisters share as a bedside table. Coat fabric from the vintage collection, by Nya Nordiska. At the end of the room, a white lacquered shelving unit was placed. In it, the sisters share the space to store their books, toys and private decoration pieces. Painting, by Marina Prodan.
The Toile de Jouy designs in fabrics and wallpapers add elegance to the environments, such as the country upholstery chosen for the sofas, very much in keeping with the location of the house. Fabrics and upholstery, by Pedro Ros.
The beam-framed rooms need to undergo a major overhaul. In this room, they were reinforced with a moisture-proof interior framework and painted in pure white, to give a greater sense of spaciousness.
1. REST AREA. It is made up of two aligned sofa beds and one facing each other that serve as a living area during the day and a rest area at night. The first two were separated with a side table. The third sofa bed was located opposite, taking advantage of the stairwell, and is topped by an iron table. The floor was covered with two rugs in case the sisters decide to sit on it to talk, read, listen to music or play on the mobile.
2. STUDY AREA. Two similar stretcher tables were placed in the central area, at a sufficient distance so that the sisters of different ages do not bother each other when studying. They are accompanied by scissor chairs.
3. STORAGE. It was solved by placing on one side, next to the study tables, a bookcase with two-section shelves to store books, toys, dolls and decorative objects.