A Floating Cloud Bed

Elsie Marley

Multiple kids, one 10' x 10' room. It's a familiar story for families with children living in smaller spaces To keep things from getting too crowded, the natural inclination is to go up.

You can go with bunkbeds or try a floating loft bed like the one Meg installed in her childrens' room. We're not just talking a plain, old loft bed either. Meg cut cloud-shaped pieces of wood that not only look good, but double as a guard rail for the bed. Painted white (except for one striped cloud), the loft bed disappears into the walls.

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