10 Totally Sweet Loft Beds for Kids

10 Totally Sweet Loft Beds for Kids

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Nancy Mitchell
Feb 5, 2015
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When I was little, I begged my mom for a bunkbed. If I had known about these sweet loft beds, I'm pretty sure I would've begged her for one of these. Not only does lofting your kid's bed save space, but it also creates, within their room, a whole little world all their own, ready to be explored.

Above: I am 30 years old and I would still like a bed that looks like this. Spotted on Home Design Board.

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A loft bed from Decoratualma makes space for plenty of storage below.

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Lofting the bed in this nursery, from Scandinavian Deko via Handmade Charlotte, makes room for a new addition.

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There's plenty of space for playing under this bed. From Skona Hem via Babble.

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A loft bed is a great solution for rooms with multiple kids. Here, a loft bed is accessed from a platform with two other beds. Spotted on Automatism.

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A sweet kid's room from Delikatessen.

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A loft bed takes advantage of the space under the eaves in this room from Hus o Hem.

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This loft bed from Showhome.nl looks like the perfect cozy hideaway.

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Another treehouse-like loft bed, from Oeuf le Blog.

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This loft, seen in a room from Architonic, makes room for a desk underneath — and has sides protected by mesh, a good idea for keeping kids of any age safe.

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This clever loft (from Pikku Joas via Apartment Therapy) has a playspace and a closet underneath.

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The climbing-wall loft bed access in Finn's DIY Domain is a particularly clever touch.

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