Design Ideas for Bedrooms With Slanted Walls

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Design Ideas for Bedrooms With Slanted Walls
Slanted walls can give a room an unconventional appearance. (In the Room image by Steve from

Slanted walls pose a unique design challenge in a bedroom. They make much of the space at the edge of the room unusable, and can make the room feel claustrophobic or unbalanced. They can also add interest to a room, however, giving it a unique and unconventional appearance that adds to its appeal.

Multiple Rooms

If your bedroom is a long attic room, make the most out of it by dividing it into multiple rooms. Use one end as a closet for storing your possessions, the other end for your bedroom, and the middle of the room as an office, craft room or other workspace. To give the room strong divisions, put up Japanese folding screens to physically divide it into distinct spaces with small passages between. To keep a more open feeling, paint each section of the room in different colours to divide it up into different sections. You can also divide the room more informally using furniture and other objects. For example, have a couch and a few chairs facing each other in the office, angled away from the other rooms.

Cube Shelves

Use cube shelves to maximise your storage space. Place them against the flat wall in a pyramid shape to make the most out of the storage space between the slanted walls. If you need more storage, place a single layer of cube shelves in the nook under the slanted walls.

Sleeping Nook

Use the space under the sloped wall to make a sleeping nook. Put a bed on a low platform near the corner of the room and hang a curtain from the ceiling so that it falls close to the outside edge of the bed to close it off from the rest of the room. Install a screen, half wall or other barrier at the foot of the bed to complete a sheltered sleeping area.


People with slanted walls often try to draw attention away from them, but you can get good results with exactly the opposite technique. Decorate slanted walls to make them interesting features rather than design obstacles. Hang movie posters, landscapes or other dramatic art posters for decor or paint a mural if you are more artistically inclined. A sky mural with a blue background and puffy clouds works well on slanted walls.

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