Queen Size Loft Bed Plans Make Things Cozy & Roomy

If you’re dealing with cramped space issues in your home and need ample bedding and storage with style, why not look into purchasing a queen loft bed. There are many furniture companies who offer a wide variety of queen loft bed plans that can suit any personal preference or taste as well as serve good function.

When the ceiling is high and the floor space is low, you need a queen size loft bed

City Living in Style with Queen Loft Bed Above Dining Area

Loft beds are bunk beds that have evolved from being a plain old pair of beds stacked on top of each other to a bed which maximizes a small space. These days, bunk bed designs have taken a new personality and contemporary style to catch up with the times and changing needs of people. Thus, loft beds came into the market offering a versatile and creative design that comes with many features much cooler than its old bunk bed counterpart. Bunk beds would typically have 2 beds made of hard wood or metal/iron stacked on top of each other with sturdy bolts and screws. They come with ladders and safety railings and some form of basic linear design so as not to make it too bulky. As the years have gone by, more contemporary designs for bunk beds have emerged that included some form of storage or convertible beds you can turn into seating. Mostly, bunk beds are found in college dorms or children’s rooms as they seem to get a kick out of this design.

Adults who may not have outgrown a bunk bed can find a good surprise in many loft bed design plans. These can take your mattress needs as well as storage requirements into a well made sturdy structure that not only spells function but also boasts of contemporary appeal. Loft beds are still raised bed structures but may not necessarily include 2 beds. Instead of incorporating another bed, a loft bed can have a full work station below complete with storage and other add-ons. This may seem a bit juvenile if you’re sort of stuck on the conventional designs of loft beds, but you may want to have a look around online and search for loft bed design plans and you might just find out how many of our genius and creative minds have made so much design progress. A queen size loft bed can look just as sophisticated and functional for a corporate yuppie with limited living space in an expensive high rise apartment. With minimalist design features and colors, one can actually enjoy an elegant and whimsical design of a loft bed.

King or Queen size loft beds allow for much more room for your desk area.

Attractive Queen or King Loft Bed With Office Below

Virtual space offers so much for those who may want to explore the versatility of loft beds. Check for online stores that have extensive designs for any budget or space requirement and those who can even personally design your own and have it custom built to your preference. If you’re feeling handy, you may also build your own with the help of your trusty home improvement store and their professional staff who can help you pick the right tools and materials for this. You can also purchase readily available DIY and assemble units that may need a couple of hands and hours for you to put together on a not so busy day. As long as you know what you want and know where and how to get it, you are more than free to please yourself with a good loft bed design for your home.

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.

Finding the Extra Room You Couldn’t Afford

Corner bookshelves support and enhance this king size loft bed atop a home office

King Size Bed Over Office

Did you know there are ways you can increase the size of your apartment without paying more in rent? If you live in the big city, you know how small the apartments can be for the price you pay to live there.  For instance, a king size loft bed can create an extra forty-two (42) square feet (s.f.) of living area in your home or apartment.  This is comparable to half the size of a small bedroom.

In some studio

Imagine eating dinner and breakfast under your hidden loft bed

Dining Nook Under Loft Bed

apartments there is simply no room for a dining area.  But what if the space your bed takes up could be raised and a dining area created underneath.  That is exactly what these people did.  What a lovely small, but ample, size dining area they created.

A decorating masterpiece, and perfect for the true studio apartment. This is truly one of  my favorites, the king size bed over the living room and the dining area.  If you look closely you will see the stools in the back of the couch at a little counter.

Decorator perfect king size loft bed with a counter dining area and a living room couch down below

Studio Designer Excellence

As you can see here, you are only limited by your own imagination.  use the space you have to create your own little castle.  There is no reason at today’s prices for fabrics and covers that you can’t live like a king in your own tiny castle.  Don’t you just love loft beds?  I do.

 

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