In installing loft beds for adults, we can also build a high platform bed. We can build a platform about 3 feet high without railings. The space under the platform still provides a lot of storage. We no longer need a ladder or stairs. Alternatively, we can even build or have built for us a custom storage cabinet that supports the mattress. So, we no longer need a separate platform.
We can have loft beds for adults when we need to have classic bedroom loft. Where we have sufficient space and height, we can construct a “raised room,” 7 feet or more above the ground-level living space. Lofts of this kind need to be sturdily constructed using 2 x 6 or 2 x 8 joists on 16″ or 24″ centers, 4 x 6 posts, braced, at least 1/2″ plywood flooring and either a 36″ to 42″ railing or fully enclosed walls. Then, we can access it with a ladder. For smaller apartment, we cannot fit a classic bed loft. But, we can still build a “low bed loft” 5 feet above ground level, freeing up space beneath it for storage. Alternatively, one side of the low bed loft becomes storage space. Then, the other side creates a nook deep enough for a work desk. We can buy the storage units first and then build the low bed loft on top of them. We can access it with a ladder or with steps, which also provide under-stairs storage.
Loft beds are elevated beds that provide for storage, extra bedding, work space or other amenities below them. Loft beds for adults are needed when we stay in a small space, such as college students in an unfurnished dorm or a renter of a small apartment. Adding a loft bed to a small apartment can both free up space for storage or other activities and lend design interest.
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