Loft Bed With Drawer Stairs – Adding a high bed to a small apartment can both free space for storage or other activities and lend design interest. Sometimes you can carve two areas of interest: a loft bedroom that gives a feeling of greater privacy, and a corner enclosed below it can be used as a reading area, a computer area or even a space dedicated to your business at home. It can not fit a classic high bed in a space with an 8 “or 9” ceiling.
You can still build a “low high bed” 5 feet above ground level, freeing space below it for storage. Alternatively, one side of the low full loft bed becomes the storage space. On the other hand, it creates a corner of sufficient depth for a work table. You can buy the storage units first, then create the low bed loft on top of them. Access with a staircase or steps (which also provide smaller storage stairs).
You can build a platform about 3 feet high and without rails, the space below the platform offers plenty of storage, he no longer needs a ladder or stairs. Lofts should have adequate storage to maintain the wide and open aspect of the space. Beds with built-in storage can provide additional storage to keep the bedroom area of the apartment tidy. Some platform-style loft bed plans with stairs provide built-in drawer space at the bottom of the bed. Additional shelving at the head of the bed can provide storage for books.