High-End Loft Bed Plans With the Designer Flair
When Space Is An Object, But Money Is Not
When working space, comfort and functionality are put to the test in a room, one cannot compromise one for the other. A bedroom is a haven for a weary body and mind and having enough of both can work wonders for any
individual utilizing this living space. A bed may be the biggest challenge for a room to functionally and decoratively incorporate into a working design since it is what the room serves its purpose for, to rest. One would need a sturdy and comfortable size to roll around in but with enough room to accommodate more activity in solace and a little bit more to enjoy some company.
Any bedroom design would always allow for a desk, some seating, storage and shelving as well as a good amount of floor space for twister games. But not all bedrooms can afford that much space for these. Hence, we make the most out of available space with some good ole furniture design. In the past, we called them bunk beds. These are wooden or metal beds stacked on top of each other to maximize space. A ladder is built into the design to allow the top sleeper easy access along with a safety rail to keep them from falling off the edge. Loft bed plans over the years have taken these bunk beds further and creatively put in functional features such as a futon that you can use as a couch during daytime. These days, bunk beds serve more of a purpose than what they merely are and have now evolved into loft beds. Wooden loft beds are far more functional and aesthetic as it only has a top bunk with a space underneath designed to house a work desk, drawers, shelves, a chest and even a mini closet. Some designs even have trundle beds and full size work stations.
Definitely, the utilitarian bunk bed has revolutionized itself into a design masterpiece of ingenuity and function and top form. Of course they cost more because of its storage capacity and the type of timber they use to ensure its durability. Pine is generally used or any solid hard wood. You can easily assemble this with the help of a buddy and a couple of wrenches, a screw driver and a hammer. This will generally take you about two hours of sweating to get this done but it is fail-safe. Wooden loft beds are heavily and
tightly bolted to keep it from wobbling or shaking. Depends on how much elbow grease you can put into it, if you feel like you don’t have the right muscles for this Do-it-yourself project, it is best you bring in some handy friends or family for this.
Should you decide that a conventional bed is far too boring for your taste, you may want to consider a loft bed. It looks cool and provides you with almost everything you need for a functional bedroom and working space. Kids will thrive in their design, however make sure these have safety standard measurements to ensure children don’t fall off or fall through spaces. Teenagers also benefit most from these as they always seem to need something they can grow into over the years and still manage to keep an awesome design factor they can appreciate even way after they have moved out of your house.