A Gallery of Children's Floor Beds

There are many reasons parents might opt to use a floor bed for their child: following Montessori principles of independence-building, fear of a young child rolling out of a tall bed, saving money on a bed or easy access for a special needs child. If you're considering going this route, here are fifteen children's floor beds to check out for inspiration and encouragement.

Row One:

  1. Kai's Otomi Stencilled Room on Apartment Therapy
  2. T's Montessori Room on Two Bedrooms and a Baby
  3. An apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden on Homedit
  4. Willow's room in Nanette & Jonathan's Eclectic Family Home on Apartment Therapy
  5. Floor bed with wood frame on Bonnesoeurs

Row Two:

6. Jack & Finn's Colorful Cupboard on Apartment Therapy
7. Natalie's Sleeping, Reading, Playing Nest on Apartment Therapy
8. Montessori Floor Bed on The Sprouting Seed
9. Valentina of Design Per Bambini's home on Bloesem Kids
10. Rachel & Jonathan Craven's home on Apartment Therapy

Row Three:

11. George's Super Hip Prechool Bedroom on Offbeat Families
12. The home of Julie Klear & Moulay Esskali in Milk Magazine (Gaëlle Le Boulicaut)
13. Knox's "Yes" Room on Apartment Therapy
14. Sunny's Upholstered Floor Bed on Blog Ala Cart
15. Cole's Big Boy Room by Cookie Mondays on Life Made Lovely


(Images: 1. Shruti Talwar 2. Two Bedrooms and a Baby 3. via Homedit 4.Marcia Prentice 5. Bonnesouers 6. AT reader Sarah 7. AT reader Vy 8. The Sprouting Seed 9. Design Per Bambini 10. Marcia Prentice 11. Stefanie Le Jeunesse 12. Gaëlle Le Boulicaut for Milk Magazine 13. Meryl Carver-Allmond 14. Blog Ala Cart 15. Cookie Mondays)

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As Apartment Therapy's Family Editor, Carrie covers design and modern homelife with children. A lapsed librarian, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband and two kids and is in contention to break the record for most hours spent at the playground.