Removing one wall helped turn two small rooms into a bedroom; a third room became a new bath. A reading nook, knee-wall storage, and built-in furniture wring extra function out of the space and give it a finished look.
What they did:
1. Rebuilt the knee walls with 3-foot-high doors to create storage voids where the slope of the roof is too low for standing.
2. Added built-in desks with file cabinets underneath.
3. Placed the shower in front of a window under one gable's high point, adding light and a sense of spaciousness.
4. Built in a bed with storage compartments underneath and a pair of wall-hung nightstands.