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Arranging a kitchen with an attic: 8 clever examples

Arranging a kitchen with an attic: 8 clever examples

Arranging a kitchen with an attic: 8 clever examples © Cuisinella

Arranged under the roofs, in the apartment on the top floor or in the attic, these attic kitchens have succeeded in taking advantage of this sloping space, with volumes sometimes difficult to invest. Zoom in pictures on 8 functional and clever kitchens.

Reduced volumes, angles difficult to invest, a ceiling height sometimes limited … attic room can be a real challenge. Like small surfaces, loft spaces require be clever to make the best use of these few square meters available, in particular to install a kitchen. It is indeed necessary to put up with this more or less sloping space and make the room the most accessible and most functional possible. But investing in this type of surface does not only have drawbacks. Living on the top floor of a building is often accompanied bya beautiful contribution of light and a clear view. Converting attic space is also an opportunity toenlarge its interior by creating one or more additional rooms. In either case, here are a few examples of kitchens, large or small, well thought out, which have taken advantage of a thwarted architecture. Zoom in pictures on 8 attic kitchens full of good ideas.

An attic kitchen that has everything a great

An attic kitchen that has everything a great © Leroy Merlin

Narrow and sloping, this kitchen has been able to adapt to a complex configuration. The work plan has been fitted out under the upper part to provide more space, and a small modular dining area allows you to eat comfortably and move around without hindrance once the table is folded up.

The good idea in addition: high cupboards that adapt to the architecture of the room to provide maximum storage.

An attic kitchen that has everything a great

An attic kitchen full of tips

An attic kitchen full of tips © Cuisine Plus

Very clever, this kitchen uses the loft to its advantage. The different elements have been divided into three islands, all installed at the attic level. This keeps a fluid circulation space and makes the most of the light.

The good idea in addition: a multifunction central island, which integrates the hotplates on one side, a dining area with a bar on the other, and storage against the wall, to optimize space as much as possible.

An attic kitchen full of tips

An attic kitchen that lets in the light

An attic kitchen that lets in the light © Conforama

A gentler slope here made it possible to install the worktop at the attic level. The kitchen thus benefits from an opening to the outside, and also has more space to fit large storage cabinets.

The good idea in addition: an XXL glass roof that illuminates and warms the room with a pleasant flow of light, but also creates an impression of volume.

An attic kitchen that lets in the light

A comfortable kitchen under the roof

A comfortable kitchen under the roof © Schmidt

Arranged under the roofs, this kitchen has a beautiful height under ceiling. The work plan has been installed at the attic level, which nevertheless benefits from a beautiful volume thanks to a wide opening.

The good idea: an elegantly staged frame, which highlights the architecture of the room and gives it character.

A comfortable kitchen under the roof

An attic kitchen with a vintage feel

An attic kitchen with a vintage feel © Castorama

With its L-shaped worktop slid under the garret, this kitchen makes clever use of the available space. The sink takes advantage of the volume provided by the opening, while the back wall remains available to accommodate high-rise storage.

The good idea in addition: a slightly retro style, with a cement tile floor and furniture with vintage lines, to give character to the room.

An attic kitchen with a vintage feel

A friendly kitchen in the attic

Friendly cuisine under the eaves © SoCoo’c / Gîte Le Grand Tilleul in Rocamadour

This kitchen has a beautiful volume with a generous height under ceiling. It therefore opted for a U-shaped layout, with a bar plan that offers a comfortable and friendly dining area.

The good idea in addition: suitable lighting, with a luminous suspension and small spotlights distributed over the entire length above the worktop, to compensate for the lack of light, the kitchen not benefiting from direct light entry.

A friendly kitchen in the attic

A mini kitchen in the attic

A mini kitchen in the loft © But

This tiny kitchen has managed to optimize all the available space. The work plan follows the slope of the attic, and the taller units are distributed along the wall to avoid wasted volumes.

The good idea in addition: clear facades that catch the light and are discreet. The room thus appears more spacious.

A mini kitchen in the attic

A kitchen under the stairs

A kitchen under the stairs © Conforama

As in an attic room, arranging the space under the stairs represents the same challenge. This kitchen has succeeded in occupying this volume which is difficult to invest thanks, in particular, to cupboards which follow the slope and adapt perfectly to the angle.

The good idea in addition: very high-rise furniture that goes up to the ceiling to optimize storage and use the smallest centimeter available.

A kitchen under the stairs

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