5 Ways to Maximize the Space for Adults With Loft Beds

by William Dawson Writer

Loft beds were and still are very popular. However, there are several challenges of setting up a tiny space while making it more comfortable and cross-functional for other uses and activities.

If you have a problem with a lack of living space, loft beds, specially made for adults, offer you both comfort and a ton of space. These can be used as bunk beds or individually because these offer space underneath. Here are some practical tips to get moving in the right direction. The main motive of this guide is to utilize the space in your tiny room fully:

1. Make a Plan

Before you start to randomly place all the items, get a standard-size loft bed, take time to make a plan on how you can utilize the available space. One of the biggest constricting forces when it comes to planning space is eliminating clutter. In order to maximize the space and make your room more functional, start by dreaming and scheming the space. For instance, if you want a room to sleep in along with enough clothing storage and a working desk, the key is to write everything down. To simply put, instead of just going out and buying whatever bed and storage pieces caught your eye, you need to make a plan to squeeze in all the functional elements and still have a space that would grow with you.

2. Play with Your Layout

Most people do a pretty good job of filling the free space with furniture but that's not the way to do it efficiently. The need for space under your loft completely depends on your lifestyle and preferences. If you are in the design process of installing an adult loft bed in your room, there are several options to utilize space cleverly or every square inch. For instance, the space under the loft can be a great spot for a couch, a lounge space, or a home office. There are a number of creative ways to maximize space, so take out time to think of them.

3. Consider Multipurpose Designs

When you are looking for ways to maximize your small space you need to consider every piece as multifunctional, from your loft bed to additional furniture. Absolutely everything in your room should perform multiple functions. For instance, the floor space underneath can be used as a workstation or storage area. Another idea is to add a trundle bed with storage drawers under a regular bed to make the most out of the space underneath. With a little planning, you will be able to come up with multiple uses for almost everything in the room, which will really reduce the clutter and let you use the space efficiently.

4. Create a Designated Workspace

This kind of loft bed is just right for adults as well as older children. A smart way to utilize one room as a home office, or a bedroom is to get a built-in desk. The key here is to scale the bedroom accordingly, within the confines of any space, so keep your choices of additional furniture sleek with straight lines, avoid curves that can take more space. All in all, you need a slim desk, good lighting, and a chair to go with your decor and provide yourself with some storage while utilizing every square footage. Moreover, there is a number of furniture solutions that can also double up as storage units, so take advantage of these.

5. Ditch the Mundane and be Creative

Really put some thought into how the underneath space can be intended for other uses, except a sleeping space that can be used to organize your room. For instance, you can go for a living cube that consolidates several pieces of furniture into a single multipurpose living space under your loft bed. A classic ladder can be combined with a wardrobe, bookshelves, TV, and storage drawers. This can be quite practical if you live in a small apartment or dorm setting, it will definitely utilize the space better and give you the impression that there is a lot more space than there actually is.

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