Sleep And Play – 25 Amazing Loft Design Ideas For Kids

The term loft can have several different meanings but right now we’re interested in the one that describes it as a large adaptable open space. There are many ingenious and creative ways in which you can organize and decorate a loft. Today we’re going to discuss how you can design such a space so that the kids can use it and enjoy it.

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A great use of an attic as a teenage room

Let’s say you live in a house or in an apartment with high ceilings. This gives you a great opportunity to come up with numerous great design ideas for the kids’ room. You can use bunk beds if it’s a shared room so you save some floor space which can be used as a play area or, if it’s not a shared space, you can still opt for a suspended bed for the same reason.

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Instead of having a suspended bed you can opt for a suspended play area
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Of course, kids enjoy intimacy so a sleeping area upstairs would sure be nice
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Fun and functional design with a play area above the bed
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
It’s also a great opportunity to include some cozy seats for the kids
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
A wall unit can easily fit under the bed as well
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
A desk with storage is another wonderful option
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Don’t limit yourself to traditional shapes and designs
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Such kids’ loft designs are perfect for shared bedrooms
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Since you’re saving so much space, you make room for more fun toys
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Some extra space in the room is always welcomed
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Functionality is not everything. The space also needs to look good
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Try to make the design look natural and cohesive
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Such layered designs are excellent for attic spaces
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
The design options are countless when you have a large space to work with
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Suspended sleep area in a loft, a wonderful space-saving idea
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Kids love to climb ladder so you should us one if you can
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Save valuable floor space with a suspended bed
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
You can also incorporate shelves and storage space in its design
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
By raising the bed off the floor, you make room for a sofa
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
You can also use that space for a work station or sitting area
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Try a fun approach without compromising when it comes to functionality
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Hang curtains under the bed and make a hiding place for the kids
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
Take advantage of the free floor space and create a clean and simple design
Upstairs kids bed with a wall for safeView in gallery
If you have the space, make a staircase with built-in storage

There’s also the option of creating an upper level within the room, a sort of play area for the kids. A ladder will allow them to have fun climbing upstairs and there they can play, relax or even sleep in there’s a bed. The whole idea of what we’re trying to say is that you need to take advantage of the space available. So think vertically and don’t waste any space.

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