Tiwn Over Full Loft Beds: Who said they’re only for Kids?
To say that loft beds are only for kids is definitely not true. The use of loft beds is to save space in an otherwise cramped room. So whenever you have space issues, whether you’re looking at the children’s bedroom or the master bedroomit is definitely the thing to seriously consider. The only difference here would be the dimension of the loft bed. Naturally, a smaller version will be for the kid’s room and the full size loft bed is for the master bedroom.
Having a full size loft bed gives you the advantage of more integration given the bigger dimension. Instead of just a work station it can also include the entertainment system, more drawers, and an additional cabinet or two. The idea does sound a little weird…ok, ok; a full size loft bed IS weird to be in the master’s bedroom! But as I’ve mentioned earlier, if space is an issue, this is an out of the box solution to the dilemma. Let’s face it, not all families have the luxury of having a big master’s bedroom (if any at all). Take for instance the living accommodations of an extended family.
Normally, each family has an assigned room as their sleeping quarters with the rest of the house considered as a common area. Under the circumstances, there is a need to really maximize the allotted space for it is an undisclosed contract between families that such space is considered autonomous. It is a house within a house where one would like to put in all the needed amenities so as the need to go out into the “demilitarized zone” is made to a minimum. This is especially true if inter-family dynamics is far from being civil. Now do you get the picture?
Design-wise, the concept of loft beds was meant for children and young adults. However, space issues do not really discriminate who will be using it. It’s just a matter of re-adjusting the dimensions to full size loft beds to accommodate adults.