172,944 loft bed Home Design Photos

Kat Alves Photography
3 Reviews
Soda Spring Residence
what is the height of the ceiling where the beds begin?
what is the height of the ceiling where the beds begin? I'm wondering if this could begin at under 5 feet...
of the matress to the header. It is fine for sleeping in and a good use of knee wall space, but they are a little tight for an adult sitting on the bed. The ceilings were covered in leftover wallpaper (hence the different ceilings in the bunks). It is hand printed wallpaper from Bradbury & Bradbury
Gameroom beds with storage at end
guest beds incorporated into dance room? or other space
“Beds” — purplemom13
angela adams
5 Reviews
Birds of Paradise Bedroom
Is that daybed a trundle bed? If so where can I buy It?
Thank you for your question - this bed is indeed an antique trundle bed, which was acquired by the owner of this private residence where the photo was taken. We love the look too!
Ocean Blue painted loft floor? Pop of color
Loft over bed 4 Slindo's room ( play are with ladder)
“Daybed” — themrspowers
Nanette Wong
My Houzz: Comfortable With a Hint of Glam
dorm room idea - well lit underside of loft
The loft bed is a great idea.. More space to play or storage etc
Loft bed with lighted desk/play space & closet!
The lofted bed was a recent birthday gift for Madison. Now she likes spending time in her bedroom more, enjoying her new playspace.Loft: Catalina Bunk System, Pottery Barn Kids
“Desk” — skeefer4
Wettling Architects
6 Reviews
Shelter Island Beach House
How do you get to the top of the bunk bed ( we're are the stairs )
Love this bed, can you let me know the sizes please (W,H,L? Thank you!
great way to get 2 extra beds over a closet great room well done ,Can you tell me where i might find copper light at ceiling , Many Thanks
bookshelf/storage on the right. Would take out the bottom bed and only keep the top with a couch underneath and reading light for study teen
Built in bed and drawers and shelving
Love the kids bedroom Great bunks w/ drawers Great wooden siding Nice built-ins by beds
I like the loft and loft railing.
Bag a bunk Bunk beds are a great way to free up space in a small kids’ bedroom, and many modern versions come with storage built-in below, further boosting their usefulness.
“Nook” — lonidoll
Kathryn Long, ASID
9 Reviews
Ramble House
Where is this bed from? Thank you!
I like the bed paint color. Please let me know the color and name bra
This is a bed that the client purchased at Pottery Barn kids.
Very similar bed for about half the price: Trendwood's showcase loft bed! Twin loft with desk and chest end with bookshelves. Twin bottom bed available
Bed with storage and bed below
Love this style of bunk beds
I love the bunk bed with the storage.
5. Changing directionPlace the beds at right angles to enable storage space and a tucked-away spot for the ladder. This twist also provides a greater connection between your children, making it a great option if your little ones like a chat or to feel close by at night.
“bunk bed idea” — bpiszek
building Lab, inc.
7 Reviews
shoup residence + office compound
Can you discuss what are the advantages or reason for raising the bed on the platform?
smallish "rooms" within one larger one. the lower but taller level serves as a sitting and changing area while the more intimate upper level is for bed related activities. hopefully i have answered your question.
yes, we use space under the bed 'platform' for long term storage. the space is accessible from another room. the bedroom has ample storage by way of a walk-in closet and built-in
I like the steps up to the bed
Jay's super cool contemporary office/loft/crash pad
Creative use of space and way to add one more bed in home.
4. This boutique bed loft has embraced the tall narrow space of its container. The ceiling is held off the rear wall allowing a subtle flood of natural light (via a skylight) to flush down the timber feature wall and set the backdrop to the futon. The elevated bed, the use of a simple restrained colour
“Petite chambre” — thoan
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
A Ranch Re-dressing Hanover NH
Built-in shelves/ladder at bottom of beds
I wonder how much space is in the loft at the top.
jake and the pirates. bed rail. bunks
awkward box covering the stairs to the basement was covered with shelves for books and toys and a loft overhead, creating the ultimate secret fort for little ones. See the rest of this home
This secret loft is a private space for little ones within the public spaces on the first floor. The shelves at
The other side of the entry hall housed a sunroom that has been transformed into a playroom for the boys. This castle loft play space is carpeted and has its own light, making it the ultimate fort. It also utilizes a thick zone in the form of these deep bookshelves down the side, which helps create a
“ladder design” — poojaraj_saxena
Louise Lakier
1 Review
Writing Desk
desk, loft sleeping bed and even a balcony.See more of this home
Size: 6.3 square metres Who lives here: Hal DavidLocation: Seattle, USIt might not sound like much, but it turns out 6.3 square metres is enough room for a kitchenette, bed/couch, shower, bath, writing desk, loft sleeping bed and even
for a kitchenette, bed/couch, shower, bath, writing desk, loft sleeping bed and even a balcony. See more of this home
Size: 68 square feet Who lives here: Hal DavidLocation: SeattleIt might not sound like much, but it turns out 68 square feet is enough room for a kitchenette, bed/couch, shower, bath
“Small space” — susanrodgers001
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