If you like the idea of bunk beds but you don’t want two beds in the children’s room, you can consider loft beds. Under the loft bed there can be study desk for older kids or for the little one there can be a play nook or a storage area for all the toys that take a lot of space in the room. A loft bed is a great solution for rooms with multiple kids but also for a room belongs to a single kid. Furthermore, you can find loft beds for girls and boys in a variety of colours and styles.
Furthermore, you can find loft beds for girls and boys in a variety of colours and styles. Here are some ideas to inspire you!
Ropes to Climb the Loft Bed
We really like this idea from Project nursery, with an original ladder made with rope and wooden steps. The perfect bed to practice sport and have fun every day! They will enjoy that great high place while they have the rest of the room to play.
Nordic Loft Bed
Rafa-kids shows modern Scandinavian designer furniture with cute round lines. It’s possible to enjoy one of their most beautiful loft beds at the top and a useful space at the bottom to read, study or rest. It’s a functional piece with a nice structure.
A Dream Loft Bed
We are totally in love with this loft bed which includes a storage area full of colour and clouds.There’s no doubt that this bed will make us dream. We like that house-shaped headboard, all that storage space, the pastel tones and that swing in the middle. This idea is simply perfect.
A Loft Bed with a Mural
This kids’ room showed by Elle includes the most Bohemian spirit. The room wouldn’t be the same without that cool mural inspired by nature which adds a fresh touch to everything. It also includes a storage area at the bottom.
A Loft Bed with a Rest Area
This designer room has been showed by Homebook and it includes absolutely everything. There is a nice loft bed, a rope ladder with an adventurer style. At the bottom, there is a relaxing space to play or read, carefully designed to enjoy.
Tell me, which is your favourite?