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Space Saving Beds on the Bedrooms

There are several different approaches in creating an ingenious space saving bed for a home of modest proportions. The most straight-forward designs involve clever positioning of the bed, creating a slumber spot in a space that you would not normally consider using for this purpose-or otherwise.

One example of simple space repurposing would be to utilize the unused area under a staircase
One example of simple space repurposing would be to utilize the unused area under a staircase, like this cozy double bed set up. The custom made platform bed fits snugly into the under-stair alcove, and the design also incorporates under-bed and over-bed storage that runs straight into the side of the stairs too.
The under-stair area also works great for hideaway day beds
The under-stair area also works great for hideaway day beds/reading nooks like this one.
Bunks under a sloping roof, like in this loft space, are a great solution where precious floor space is eaten by a central stairwell
Bunks under a sloping roof, like in this loft space, are a great solution where precious floor space is eaten by a central stairwell. This particular example also incorporates a set of space saving storage shelves in each bunk cubby.
Bunk beds make full use a rooms vertical space, and make better use of the floor space than a set of twin beds
Bunk beds make full use a rooms vertical space, and make better use of the floor space than a set of twin beds. This elegant set takes on the characteristics of a four poster bed complete with canopy, and transforms into a double decker of day beds during the daylight hours.
Bunk beds are a great layout hack for getting more sleeping space out of a lesser floor area
Bunk beds are a great layout hack for getting more sleeping space out of a lesser floor area, but these bunk beds take up the least space of all: a shallow wall panel acts as the holding dock in which the beds can be folded away with ease when not in use.
The centrally placed ladder becomes a design feature rather than a hindrance
This bedroom harbors four beds but still looks to have masses of floor space. The centrally placed ladder becomes a design feature rather than a hindrance, and the clean crisp lines of the bunks almost become moment of contemporary architecture.
 A dual use makes a small bedroom feel like a much more luxurious suite
This adult cabin bed makes room for a home library and media cabinet, which allows the extra gained floor space to become a lounge and entertainment area. A dual use makes a small bedroom feel like a much more luxurious suite.

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