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Room at the top: Couples convert attic spaces into cozy quarters

Dan and Nancy Griffin and their daughter are seen in the converted attic suite of their Minneapolis home. (Bruce Bisping/Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Dan and Nancy Griffin and their daughter are seen in the converted attic suite of their Minneapolis home. (Bruce Bisping/Minneapolis Star Tribune)
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At the end of the day, it’s easy for two Minneapolis couples to retreat to a quiet sanctuary. All they have to do is climb stairs that lead to the attic. The couples’ well-designed attic conversions transformed uncomfortably hot — and cold — sloped-wall rooms into appealing sleeping and living spaces. Nancy and Dan Griffin live in a traditional Tudor with coved ceilings and chopped-up rooms, but upstairs they’ve created a master suite that boasts ...


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