Everybody loves the large super king size or four-poster beds which are more like an island. But what to do if you simply don’t have the space for it?
An attractive, great big bed will waste a lot of space. Rather than compromising on the size of your living area it makes more sense to compromise on the size of your bedroom. After all, you’ll only sleep and recharge your batteries there. Surely, the the bedroom needs to be comfortable, functional and good-looking regardless of its small size. Loft beds are ideal for everyone with smaller apartments and normal ceiling heights.
We have selected ten loft bed solutions that hopefully will give you some ideas for your own home planning to make the most out of small spaces.
One-Space Scandinavian Style Apartment
This beautiful single-room apartment is a perfect example for a small but cozy and surprisingly spacious home. The interior decor is a wonderful blend of present day and rustic. Underneath the loft bed the walk-in wardrobe provides an extra storage space. With its extremely creative and exciting layout this Scandinavian apartment is our number one pick!
Wood Loft Bed
This white painted wood loft bed offers a cozy upper sleeping space with a modern beauty desk or office area underneath. A practical and amazing functional bed design that will save lots of space, giving you extra room.
Suspended Loft Bed
How about star gazing straight from your bed, suspended above the living room? This brilliant and creative idea is perfect for those whose space is at a premium. Reduce the size of your bedroom, or even better – have it suspended halfway between the floor and the ceiling!
Corner Loft Bed
This one-space contemporary apartment is very impressive with its unique modern and library-like design. The spacious area with a high ceiling allowed the creation of a private space in a corner. If you think that climbing into bed is for kids, think twice. It’s fun and playful even as a grown-up.
Loft Bed with Closet Underneath
This loft bed was built just big enough to hold a bed or mattress. Underneath there is a track closet system that is ideal for clothes and shoes, hidden by some white curtains.
Loft Bed with Closet Unit
Instead of a heaving the bed, bookshelves, sofa spread out all around the room, why not have it all together? This way the large windows are left uncovered and they can let in even more light creating a spacious and light space. This creative design makes the area feel intimate and very cozy.
Loft Bed with Bathroom Underneath
If you have a high ceiling it is kind of given to create a split-level apartment to utilize the space. Bedroom above your bathroom behind the kitchen? Certainly it is a unique solution, not for the fainthearted. The fantastic rustic industrial home decor creates warm and cozy atmosphere.
Raising your sleeping quarters gives a room separation and creates a cozy refuge. This modern sleeping space is accessible via a small staircase which offers great storage for books or music. Let down the hanging material and you will feel like you were in a tent.
Semi-Mezzanine with Loft Bed
Polish architectures have created a bright and surprisingly spacious apartment only on 29 m2 (312 ft2). The bedroom area in on a semi-mezzanine, located on top of the bathroom and the hallway. The staircase offers plenty of storage space and the kitchen and living room is one space thus creating an airy and cozy atmosphere.
The French company Espace Loggia designed a fantastic bed that can be pulled down at night without moving any furniture. This slide-away bed glides up to the ceiling or become sofas, to transform a bedroom into a living room in the blink of an eye. Brilliant solution for those with very limited space.