Let’s face it: a loft bed is downright cool. There’s something sassy about a design that accesses a bedroom’s vertical space. Click through to see some space-saving loft bed designs that have might have you rethinking your kids’ (or your own!) standard bedroom.
Instead of a ladder, this loft bed is accessed by a set of sturdy stairs. The space-saving unit offers storage underneath the stairs, too. Modern lines and a two-tone attitude are perfect for the transition from tween to teen.
This bold print wallpaper with palm trees is the punchy backdrop to this pale-wood bedroom set that’s adorable to the max. The cute extra bed on wheels (zoom! zoom!) can be moved easily to access the space underneath the upper loft-style bed for games and play with friends or a space to study. We’re lovin’ the smart vintage elements the designers at Three Birds Renovations brought into the space, from the rattan shade to the caneback dresser.
On a High
Utilitarian plywood looks nifty in this simple structure that’s perfect if you happen to share a small studio with a teen. Designed by the architectural firm Mode:Lina, the design maximizes the apartment’s footprint, housing an office and a kitchen below.
In Da House
Your kid will never want to come down for dinner and can you blame them? Constructed by Jen Woodhouse for her daughter with supplies from Home Depot, this super-cool structure features a mini living area, complete with a hanging plant, twin polka dot club chairs and lacy curtains. The sliding barn doors upstairs are just the coolest.
Study and Sleep
With room below for all the study and lounge essentials and sleeping quarters above, this modern loft bed is a great example of why ceiling-high beds rule. Dreamy, indeed.
Baltic birch and eco-friendly MDF make for a stylish combo in this two-tone loft bed by Oeuf that’s cool enough for an older kid, too. A colourful area rug and oversized letters brighten the room’s pale tones.