Keep Warm in Winter and Cool in Summer of Attic Loft Interior Design
If your idea of a great house involves more than just a place to keep warm and dry, then you need to know about the value of an attic loft. Few attics can succeed as living space without unusual measures to admit generous amounts of sunlight and fresh air onto the scene. Stuffiness and heat are the ever-present danger with attic spaces, and that’s why round wall windows, skylights and roof windows must be part of your plans. Any successful, four-season attic loft needs to be warm in winter and cool in summer, with enough light and fresh air to become an inviting space all year round. And you won’t get many of these qualities by stuffing fiberglass bats between the rafters and hoping for the best. Though convenient, this approach is thermally inadequate and prone to condensation, rot and failure.