Need to add sleeping accomodations, but short on space? A loft bed just might be the perfect solution to your predicament. Cozy and comfortable, loft beds can add much needed floor space in an overcrowded bedroom or can be nestled into another living space to accomodate guests.
Check out this collection of loft bed ideas for ways you can create additional sleeping space in your own home.
Nestled high in the eaves, this cozy loft bed is part clubhouse, part sleeping accomodation.
This loft bed acts as additional sleeping space in case of guests, and creates a playful reading space below.
In a tight bedroom space, a loft bed allows for dedicated study space and additional storage below.
This cozy corner loft is a smart use of space above a built-in desk.
Proof positive that lofts can be sophisticated, this contemporary bedroom incorporates a loft bed that is sleek and stylish.
Loft beds aren't just for kids; this lovely sleeping area fits a queen size bed and seating with ease.
The fun thing about this loft bed is the built-in ladder that resembles a staircase, adding architectural interest.
Loft beds can be used to great advantage in a bunk room setting. These whimsical loft beds not only create extra sleeping space, but help to further the theme of the room.