Girls’ Loft Beds –  Nothing But the Best


Beautiful white with pink accents is this perfect loft bed for a girl which can grow with her by providing a make-up area as well as a computer desk and a bookshelf.

For Girls Only Loft Bed with a Desk and Vanity

No two girls are the same; they are not all princesses, they are not all tomboys.  Some are neither, and some are both.  This is why great loft bed plans are perfect for girls: they are unique, and they allow the little girl in your life to be herself.  Simply modifying the design a little lets you accommodate her interests, tastes, and needs.

The first thing that you will notice about loft bed plans for kids is that they are so different – and fun.  You can find designs ranging from pirate ships and tree houses to castles.  A lot of the loft bed plans for girls center around princess and castle themes, but you are certainly never limited to that.  It is the features, more so than the actual design elements, that will make the biggest difference.  What do we mean?  Say you want a castle loft bed for your child.  The details make the bed exciting and welcoming, but it also contains a host of fun, useful features, such as:

  • Stairs or a ladder.
  • The bed, of course!
  • Built-in storage cubbies and shelves.
  • Space underneath for storage, a desk, or a fort worthy of a princess.
  • Slides.
Bunk Bed Twin Bed Castle for Girls Room.

Spectacular Bunk Bed Castle for Little Girls

While the appearance is rather “girly,” for lack of a better word, the features ensure that your princess can have adventure after adventure with her castle as the backdrop.  With loft bed plans, you can always modify colors, patterns, and accessories later.  The main features, though, will be favorites for years to come.

Pictured is a loft bed - bunk bed combination in gorgeous hardwood with a small desk at one end.

Loft and Bunk Bed Combo

Making the Most of Sharing a Room with Cute Loft Beds for Girls and Boys

If your children have to share a room, there’s no need to build an addition.  Instead, find or create a good set of loft bed plans and build your own solution.  It’ll be much easier on your budget – and you know what?  Your kids will love it!

Sharing a room is often a necessity, and there is nothing wrong with that.  You can still give each child their own space and privacy, while creating more open floor space for play.  The great part about today’s great loft beds for girls and boys is that you can customize them to fit your children’s room as well as their personality.

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L-Shaped Space Saving Twin Loft Bed

Here is just one design that is possible:  you have an L-shaped style, which updates the traditional bunk bed look.  The loft bed is accessible via a built-in ladder.  The lower bed has built-in storage towards the head of the bed, to make excellent use of the space that is created by the loft design.  In addition, there are drawers to one side of the lower bed, opposite the ladder, and a study space that can accommodate books, a computer, art supplies, or whatever your child needs.  All of this is presented in one compact package, rather than being spread out over the entire room.  You have much room space for play – or just free space!

The options for designs are unlimited, especially when you create your own loft bed plans based on what your children need.  You’ll find that they don’t mind sharing a room when they can each have their own private spaces.

For the Grownups –  King Size Loft Beds


Many of the loft bed plans that you see help us build twin size lofts, which are excellent for anyone from a 5 year old princess to a 19 year old dorm

Pictured is a king size loft bed with an office area directly underneath and with a full dresser at one end providing storage as well as extra support for the bed.

King Size Loft Bed with Office

student.  But, while these beds are certainly convenient, they can be a bit small for adults.  If you are looking though, don’t worry you can find great loft bed  plans that accommodate a larger bed sizes.

Why would someone even bother with a king size loft bed?  Consider it if you have a studio apartment or a very small bedroom, and space is tight.  There is room for your king size bed – but not much left for your bookshelves, clothing, dresser, or desk.  In a studio, it is not uncommon to have to choose between a bed or a sitting area.

This is exactly why you need to find a great set of king size loft bed plans.  Another reason why building a king loft is not a bother but a brilliant idea:  the real estate under a king size bed is 42 square feet.  You are letting that 42 square feet go to waste if you don’t have a loft!

King size loft bed plans are more uncommon than twin size, and many people do not realize that they can actually build a structure that will support the

Pictured is a loft bed with a ladder and book shelves which act as supports for the bed and form the walls of the the study tucked directly under the bed itself.

Library or Den Under King Size Loft Bed

additional weight of a bigger mattress.  You just have to be cautious about putting the correct weight bearing supports in.  Then with your bed placed securely at the top of the loft, you have all that space freed up for a sitting area – put in a big bean bag, futon, or comfy chairs.

You could also create a home office in that space, use it for books, store your clothes, or stash your bike or other bigger equipment that you can’t find a home for.  There are so many benefits to these great loft bed plans. They use space so efficiently that you will wonder why you ever thought your room was tiny.

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