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Custom Lofts.   Traditional bunk beds are one thing, but taking sleeping arrangements to soaring new heights is another. Go vertical and create some additional space by lofting the girls room. By giving each girl her own loft area each with a private staircase, each has a small hideout from the world and a space of her own to dream in. Totally in love with this idea! #Recipes

Top Bedroom Trends for Kids : Rooms : Home & Garden Television - this is an awesome loft for the girls!

Even boring everyday things, inventions can be made interesting with out-of-the-box designs, and these examples prove it.

The elevator shaft bathroom is absolutely horrifying, but the fridge and umbrella are pretty cool!

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31 Insanely Easy And Clever DIY Projects Make floating bookshelves with cheap metal bookends!I love the look of floating books!

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I want this bed someday when we have high ceilings. And forget the closet underneath, make it a dog kennel area so they don't sleep on us all night.

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what an adorable idea! if I ever build a house . Indoor tree house or reading nook.closet beneath - Use as a mini library for reading nook or as toy storage for an indoor tree house.

Do this above the washer and dryer at camp in place of bunk and single beds to make room for a full bed.

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Wow Your Bedroom with Unique Bunk Beds : Ikea Full Size Loft Bed With Desk

Loft bed plans free up the use of the entire vertical space, which maximizes the usable space in a small setting. Most college dorm rooms are a perfect example of where the use of a loftbed could nearly double the usable space.