Space Creating Beds
This is not a new concept but one rural home I was in on the weekend had every kids’ bed raised like this with either storage underneath or, as shown above, a study area.
It’s is an old fashioned way to make your home bigger without adding any actual physical space or cost.
Why it’s a… quantum home.
@ profbruce @ quantum_entity
note: You can read more about the economics of loft beds/spaces here, https://profbruce.tumblr.com/post/151927323514/loft-space-mezzanine-bedroom-solutions.
Also, learn more about why micro suites and apartments are gaining in popularity with both investors and residents here, https://profbruce.tumblr.com/post/153093020854/micro-suites-and-apartments.
postscript: another trick you will see, especially in old farmhouses, is eliminating corridors. That is, to get into one bedroom, you go through another and sometimes yet one more.
The old farmer and spouse would make the girls’ room last so they could go through the boys’ rooms but not the other way round. It was to give the girls some privacy. Just saying.
postscript 2: here’s something else I saw this weekend. A family bed. Yes, they all sleep here:
postscript 3: more examples of loft beds/spaces–
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