Mixing Work With Pleasure – Loft Beds With Desks Underneath

What would you say the best thing about loft beds is? Most certainly, it would have to do with how space-efficient they are. They let you save a lot of floor space and use it for a variety of other things. One of the best uses for those spaces is to turn them into a workspace. Lofts beds with desk underneath are gaining popularity every day.

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For the kids: homework and sleep under one roof.

Having a loft bed with a desk underneath is a great option for the kids’ room. They get to do their homework and then climb right into bed.

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Until the kids are big enough to do homework and use a desk, you can turn this space into a play area for arts and crafts.

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By turning the space under the bed into a work station, you gain storage space that a regular desk wouldn’t normally offer.

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It’s important for kids to associate this area with comfort and beauty so make it attractive with a puffy seat or a colored lamp.

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The structure of the desk lets you build three platforms all of which can include storage. Place the computer desk where there’s more light. This elegant design is now available at the special price of .

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A shared bedroom can have two loft beds, each with their own desk underneath. In between, they can be connected by a common bookcase of storage unit.{found on }.

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This design also includes two beds in a different organization. They’re actually bunk beds but don’t feature the usual parallel positioning, leaving room for a built-in desk at the bottom.

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We love this desk and bed combo mainly because of the partition bookcase wall. It supports the frame and the bed and serves as storage while also offering privacy.

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The Cooley loft by Bolton furniture has a clean and fresh design and includes plenty of shelves and drawers for storage. Thanks to its sleek design, it allows kids to be organized with very little effort.

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A very cool use of the space in this small bedroom featuring a loft bed with storage and desk underneath. The minimalist design and vibrant colors make this combo perfect for contemporary kids’ rooms.

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The simple desk in this case is merely a shelf attached to the two panels holding the loft bed. There’s no clever or hidden storage but, even so, the space is wonderfully organized.

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In this case, the bed is mostly supported by the walls so this leaves more room for the desk and its accessories underneath. There’s even a separate printer station there.

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by Jim Butz & Larry Malvin

The loft bed and desk were custom designed for this space and they fit in perfectly. The desk subtly wraps around the corner and can potentially be used by two persons at the same time.

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The Elite Classics loft bed offers a lot of space underneath which can be easily turned into a workstation for the kids. It’s like a private work area, a cozy nook separate from the rest of the room.

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This loft bed offers more than just a functional desk area. It also has two symmetrical storage units that hold up in the air, making the desk perfect for shared bedrooms.

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Two bunk beds and a desk: seems like a lovely combination. Add the masculine design and you get the perfect combo for the boys’ room.

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The actual desk is a shelf sitting on two symmetrical vanities, each offering three spacious drawers for storing both desk- and bed-related items.

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This design is extremely similar to the previous one, featuring the same type of structure. Simple and practical, it frees up floor space for the kids to use as a playground.

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The Coaster loft bed has a particularly attractive design. The padded seats can serve as two benches and a desk can be installed in the middle. Perfect for both homework and social activities.

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The space at the top can either be a large single bed or two while at the bottom you have twp separate desk spaces, each with their own storage.{found on }.

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This is a custom built design. There’s the loft bed at the top, a desk at the bottom, just under the bed and a cozy sitting nook that continues on the adjacent wall and features the same style and colors.

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There’s a lot going on here. A lot of different functions and elements are put together like pieces of a puzzle. The desk is very cleverly designed with a pull-out extension and three small drawers underneath. There’s also additional storage as well as three open shelves.

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Given the raw simplicity of this loft bed as well as the finishes and materials used here, the whole desk and bed combo has a chic industrial look, a style that could work for a teen’s room perhaps.

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The bed is almost unnoticeable. The white frame disappears into the background and the way the storage cubbies are placed there allows for a very smooth transition between the two functions.

For the adults: bedrooms become home offices and vice versa.

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Adults needs a little more space when it comes to work stations so this design would be a very nice fit for a modern bedroom. The simplicity of the design makes the room feel a little formal so perhaps you’d need to compensate with cozy fabrics.{found on }.

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Fit in all the basics in a tiny apartment. Put the bed on a platform and suspended in the air and use the remaining area as your home office. In this case, the desk is actually a multifunctional kitchen island.{found on }.

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Both industrial and rustic, such a bed and desk combo could look nice in a basement or in a bachelor pad. It’s a practical use of the space and a nice style statement.

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by JWS Woodworking and Design

And speaking of bachelor pads and man caves, here’s another design you might enjoy. Simple and masculine, the room features a loft bed with shelves and lighting built into the headboard and a small desk for one.

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Can you believe how efficiently this corner space was used? There’s a ton of storage, a desk, shelves and a set of stairs that lead up to the bed.{found on }.

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If you’re a fan of Scandinavian interior, feast your eyes on this. The bed and the desk are actually two separate pieces but they fit together very nicely.

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Turn your single tiny room into the place to be when you’re sleeping, working or meeting friends. You can have it all if you plan the layout just right.

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Because the bed is not supported by any poles or by a frame but by the walls and ceiling, the corner feels very airy and spacious.

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Not sure if this is a tiny home office where the owner wanted to squeeze in a bed for power naps or whether this is also supposed to be a bedroom but either way the space is used very efficiently.

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You only spot the desk if you look closely. It’s placed in front of the window so it takes full advantage of the natural light and the ladder disguises it pretty well too.