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  • Photographer: Atlantic Archives

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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  • Via: Dwell

Generally, when you move the bedding space up, you are be able to find room for a lot more things. Storage shelves, a clothes rail and even a wash basin find a home under this high shelf-bed; the arrangement here also makes nice use of the high placed windows.

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  • Designer: Remo Zimmerli
  • Photographer: Rob Lewis

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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  • Photographer: JJLocations

Another variation of moving the bed up is to completely conceal it within the ceiling, where you might not even notice, or recognise it. This suspended bed designs appears almost as an architectural feature, whilst the solid staircase leading up to it gives the sleep space a permanent and sturdy appeal. The skylight would make this a very bright place to wake up in the mornings, but if those window panes are made of clear glass then the view of the stars would be mesmerizing. Sleeping up in a nest like this may feel a little strange to some, but as there is a bath tub in the dining room of this home, we don t suppose the homeowner minds a little touch of the extraordinary!

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