Loft Bed In Master Bedroom
You may think that lofting a bed is a trick reserved for dorm rooms and tiny houses, but in fact there are plenty of stylish loft bed ideas to lift your sleeping quarters out of sight and out of the way. While this floating bed is a distant dream of ours, we can't help but drool over this double-take-worthy image.
Often confused with a bunk bed, a loft bed is similar to a bunk bed in design but has one missing component: no bottom bunk. Instead, a loft bed is a raised bed that's supported by sturdy posts and has open space underneath it. Space underneath is often used for a desk, reading nook, living space
This loft bed is designed to open up floor space usually consumed by a bed. Safety Note: Never attach hooks or handles to the loft bed and do not hang items from it, including rope and belts. Children can catch themselves on these items when playing or in the event that an accidental fall occurs.
A loft bed doesn't have to be inches from your ceiling. This low one designed by Studio Oink is only four feet tall with three spacious cabinets underneath. We love the matching cupboards along the bedroom wall that adds, even more, game-changing storage.
A great bed is the centerpiece of a beautiful master bedroom. An iron bed frame is another popular option that also has a classic look to it. Depending on how you accessorize the rest of your bedroom, this look can go country or it can look like an industrial loft.
A comfortable bedroom occupies the loft space, leaving plenty of room for functional areas like the A wooden ladder leads up to the lofted bedroom. 11 . While the living room enjoys the full height of The master bedroom actually occupies the main floor of the building while an office enjoys the loft