20 Loft Beds That Make You Feel Like a Grown Up

Since childhood, the loft bed has been the epitome cool. There was no other design element that maximized the space in a room more. The same is true for adults.

Here are 20 loft bed designs that will make your childhood dreams come true , without making you feel childish.


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Build Vertically

If you are limited in space, a custom-built overhead can be a comfortable place to sleep as well as a stylish addition to the living room. Hanging plants and incorporating your decor will give your structure a unique look. It will also help you to merge your sleeping and playing areas.


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Maximize all sizes

Even the smallest size mattress can take up valuable space in your bedroom. Never underestimate the ability of an elevated mattress to maximize your floor space. Consider it a success if you can create just enough space to create a reading area.


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Organize Your Storage Space

A loft bed with an elevated base is a great way to get more storage. This modern design, while beautiful, is actually a collection of drawers and cabinets that can be used to hide everything from books to clothes.


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Make it Stylish

This loft bed has a lot of style, from the printed wallpaper to the statement chair. We can definitely see ourselves working remotely from this space.


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Feel Right at Home

When working in a small space, it’s best to be subtle and take into account your surroundings. Incorporating your bed in your existing space in an unobtrusive way will make the room feel more spacious and less cluttered.


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Build Guest Barracks

You may be a hostess who is always hosting guests and are constantly scrambling to find accommodations. Loft beds are a great solution for a guest room, basement or attic.


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Go Neutral

You can change the look of your bunk beds by using a color palette that is neutral. This includes black, white and tans. This studio apartment is chic and sophisticated.


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Use Your Stairs for Work

Storage is something that the world could use more of. Storage solutions are essential when space is limited. This stair setup, which doubles as cubby shelving, has all you need. This loft access can be recreated with wood crates that are stacked in a staircase configuration. Be sure to secure the crates well to prevent any accidents.


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Make it a Hangout

A loft-style construction is great because it has a place to hang things, such as a hammock. This peaceful setup is perfect for relaxing in the evenings.


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Bring in a bench

Consider adding benches on either side of your loft to encourage entertaining. The matching railing on top and bottom looks so sophisticated in this bedroom.


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Carve Out Space In Unexpected Areas

This kitchen-loft combination is a great example of how anything is possible. This vaulted ceiling is the ideal place to slide a mattress in and build an overhead structure.


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Go Low-Profile

The best thing about custom-built loft bed is that you can choose how high or low it should be. This is a mid-height setup that provides storage space below the bed (as opposed living area) and does not require a steep climb into bed.


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Create a Color Story

A cohesive color scheme will always be the best option for any design, whether you are creating a loft. This bedroom is a great example of how wallpaper can be used to bring in the color green from the loft and brown accents.


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Create a Winding Staircase

Why settle for a standard staircase when you could create a winding one that is eye-catching? This cylinder access is modern and adds visual drama to a small area.


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Mind Your Lighting

This modern room uses the area below the loft bed to light the living space beneath. Install the lighting in the base to give it a polished and well-lit look.


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Keep Things Understated

Loft beds look great on their own. They don’t need any extras. If you’re unsure, a neutral space with minimal décor and a sunny feel will do.


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Cut out a center entry

Most double loft beds have a staircase or ladder on each side, which takes up twice the space. This setup, with the shared stairway entry in the middle, saves space while providing access to both lofts. The best part of this setup is that it separates the two work spaces below.


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Create a Cutout

This built-in pod is a great place to read, nap, or relax during the day.


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Make it Nautical

A coastal-themed loft with a light, airy feel is the next best thing to owning a beach home. This bedroom is transformed into a seaside retreat with the neutral base, light blues and whale wallpaper.


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Paint Your Frame

This room, unlike most others, makes the bed frame stand out with its coral shade. Instead of hiding it, make it stand out with a color that matches the other colors in your room.


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Lorena Hodge

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