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Yes, this involves some carpentry, no doubt. But that’s why you hire a woodworker, a reasonable one. There are ways to achieve this look on a budget. Now, it looks like a kids room, but it can be adapted for an adult. Lower the mezzanine a bit, make some design changes, modify the color, or re-orient the bed. Your choice.
I’m loving it! This is an example of what wood can do. You can even use the bottom wasted space for storage or a small closet.
The variety of materials you could use are endless, and the configuration of the overhead compart- ment/office can be placed either horizontal on either wall.
Congrats to the designer on this one. Remember, get a woodworker to do this and work with him or her. This look doesn’t have to be expensive to achieve.
Ever Wanted To Sleep Up High?
Chances are you have fancied sleeping in a loft bed, but you don’t know how its achieved. It simple really, but it requires expertise. Here’s a view that gives you a picture or a pre-finished product that can be adapted to any space.
Check Out This Solution For a Small Room
Combine the office, bedroom, and living room all in one. If you have high ceilings, utilize wasted space by going higher. The use of wood here as built-ins transforms this room into a spectacular space.
The skylight and the distressed wooden beams give a live-in feel and provide awesome natural light.
Awesome Use of Otherwise Invisible Unused Space
Here’s the link to this wonderful solution to need for a work area in a small space:
Dual purpose solution for what to do with in a small space with limited room for a large flat screen television. This could easily be constructed out of plywood. You could even add additional storage for remotes, DVD’s, and magazines.
Click link for other examples: http://www.homedit.com/tv-swivel-concepts-practical-perfect-modern-homes/hotel-room-swivel-tv/
Here’s an interesting use of plywood in form, function, and storage. A relatively inexpensive solution for what to do in a small space where storage is needed as well as access to, and egress from an otherwise inaccessible space.
CREDIT: The Teeny-Tiny Paris Apartment of Your Wildest Dreams
Check out this all encompassing solution for a small space. It gives you a sleeping niche, study, and storage area, all in one component.