The trickiest parts of decorating a small bedroom it is trying to figure out how to fit a bed into space. Larger beds mean little room to walk around the bed and even smaller amounts of space for other furniture. Worse, a traditional bed makes all the space above and below the bed unusable. So whether you have a small space, or you’d just like to use the space in a large bedroom more wisely, below are several ideas for small space beds.
Storage Under The Bed
Loft beds will work so well for small space beds because of how much storage you can put under them. Space above shows the full array of storage options: from a multitude of drawers to cabinetry. There’s even space for a small desk area.
The smart choice for small spaces is a loft bed. Because a traditional bed in the area would mean losing all those storage options. And if the bedroom is small enough, using a loft bed might be the only way to fit a usable desk area into space.
Raise Your Bed
Raising the bed on a platform that incorporates storages, you’ll save all the space above and below the bed.
Loft Beds often raise the bed right up to the ceiling, making the bed space itself feel cramped. This design makes a good compromise by raising the bed halfway off the ground so you’re still getting that under-bed usable space.
Small space beds can make use of the smaller space with fold-out options. One example is the bed above, with another twin mattress that slides out from under the first mattress. it’s a great option if you tend to have company over.
Play Area Under The Bed
Loft beds don’t have to be all cabinetry and desk space, as the photo above shows. You can create just about whatever you want in the space under the loft bed. Options like a general play area, a place to play video games or a cozy reading space.
Triple Tier Bunk Beds
Bunk beds are usually a mainstay when trying to cram as much sleeping space as possible into a room. What makes the space in the photo above unique, however, is the bunk bed and the mattress up under the window. Simple wiring helps keep the topmost space safe from falls. Again, the use of the window helps the uppermost sleeping space feel less cramped. And accessing the top sleeping area by a ladder leading off the bunk bed gives the space a playful triple-tier design.