Creative small beds ideas for small spaces
When you are young the possibility of buying a large home is difficult.
On the other hand, a younger body and mind can find comfort even in smaller spaces, coming up with ingenious solutions meant to save up space and provide everything we might need at the same time.
As we grow up the tendency for bigger, airier spaces becomes a necessity. Young or old nonetheless, saving up on space should be a priority and maintaining a balance between space and comfort should be achieved.
Space is a big issue in small apartments, or houses with big families. Even larger places sometimes have a dearth of space, especially when inhabited by compulsive buyers.
Sometimes, we find out that we didn’t manage the space of our houses for many reasons, though the main reason is : our house, or our interior design simply lacks a well-organized storage system.
Let’s check out some small beds ideas, practical yet cozy solutions that cover everything from bunk beds for kid’s rooms to dorm ideas for college students, and smart solutions that incorporate the sleeping and storage area all in one.
The ideas differ from each other, but with a common goal : how to make the best use of space.
Create three sleeping zones in one
The solution puts the space to good use, creating three platforms situated at different heights. The structural elements are used for storage, and serve as a ladder at the same time in a discreet composition.
Use study room as a bedroom
For students in a somewhat cramped dorm space, creative designing goes a long way.
Smart furniture will save space
This clever solution provides multiple functions from bookshelves, study area coffee table to the beds. It’s biggest advantage is represented by the small footprint it occupies.
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A bed over a sofa, or a sofa over a bed. The solution is quite unique, offering a bed that falls over the actual couch in the living space, in the same color and fabric.