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If you have a small bedroom, one of the trickiest parts of decorating it is trying to figure out how to fit a bed into the 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. These open up the space by raising beds off the floor, adding storage and other creative options.
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. The headboard also folds down to reveal added storage and a small desk space, ideal for laptops.
As a side note, the design above shows how some creative blankets and sheets can add to the design. The print text sheets on the bottom and the bright orange covers on the top add some visual interest to the space.
Spacious loft idea
As mentioned above, the problem with most beds is that you lose all the space above and below the bed. With this design, the bed is raised on a platform that incorporates storage, so you’re still keeping plenty of usability in the space.
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, but you’re not risking banging your head on the ceiling while getting into bed.
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