Slanted wall

Transform your space with these creative ideas for decorating slanted walls. Find inspiration to make the most of your unique architectural feature and create a stunning interior design.
Whoa!!!! pinch me, I'm dreaming!!! IKEA EKBY RISET brackets are designed to work with sloping walls and can be adjusted and locked in different angles (maybe even folded flat when not in use on regular walls), optimizing storage and display space above your desk. Ikea, Home Office Design, Storage Spaces, Ikea Ekby, Attic Office, Ikea Catalog, Loft Conversion, Loft Room, Attic Spaces

Why are high ceilings the only ones getting celebrated? Sloped ceilings–like the kind you find in attic spaces–have a ton of character and make cozy rooms like bedrooms and family rooms feel a whole lot more intimate. Here are seven rooms that get it right when it comes to angled ceilings. The owners of these spaces haven’t just worked around the sloped ceiling challenge, they’ve embraced it.

Rob Gary
Tilt House | Kristopher Fuentes | Archinect Design, Studio, Architecture, Steel Frame House, Steel Structure, Architectural Section, Steel Architecture, Wall Section Detail, Roof Construction

This is a two unit residence set in West Los Angeles. The larger unit contains the primary use for living with 3 bedrooms, a grand room, and a loft. The smaller unit is an office space. The two units are separated by an angled concrete wall, which maintains a structural equilibrium for the...

Naisvic Vico Tshituka
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ATTICCO- Furniture for sloping walls - Tailor-made furniture for your sloping wall The home with sloping walls has an atmosphere - but is difficult to decorate.We have therefore developed a furniture concept for sloping walls with more than 150 furniture solutions for both installation in the knee wall and as free-standing furniture. You choose

Cassie Kayrouz
Dwell - Lakeside House in Texas House Plans, House Design, Design, Home, Architecture, Texas, Waterfront Homes, House Master Bedroom, Residences

Architect J.C. Schmeil of Merzbau Design Collective recently completed this 4-bedroom, 4-bath house on Lake Austin in Texas, designed for a couple with three young children. "The design of the new residence resulted from a single, bold gesture: the bisection of the sloping site with a 14-foot high concrete retaining wall," says Schmeil. "The retaining wall appears as an interior finish on the ground floor, registering the passage of the day through a constant play of light and shadow."