Beds for small spaces

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I love small houses because people who live in them need to be very creative in order to maximize their use of compact space. For example, sleeping in a cupboard does sound a bit on the fairytale side although i always thought sleeping in a built-in bed or a small nook would be quite charming. Here are some tiny built-in beds for small spaces – I think they’re lovely.

All baby girls would adore this bed.

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Loved the idea of the pink canopy on top.

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Is that a bath i see underneath that bed?

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A small retreat up the stairs.

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Thanks anitajuneparker

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11 thoughts on “Beds for small spaces

  1. Ariel Domagall

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  2. Carola Trebilcock

    Howdy! I’m at work browsing your blog from my new iphone 4! Just wanted to say I love reading through your blog and look forward to all your posts! Carry on the excellent work!

  3. Roseanne Nivala

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  4. Reen

    I cant help but say wow. my friends and i are surfing the net for the bestest bedroom design for small houses or spaces because we badly need it! haha, we only do have a small space to fix and work eith, i am really stress of what our house look like and how the oversized, huge-space eating furnitures really bothering me. But expect me or us to visit your site and blogs when we are ready to clean up our house. But the problem is, my sisters are really afraid to throw things even if theyre not in use anymore, hows that? But,still thanks, you gave us a lot of ideas! may God bless you always and your family and more power!!!

  5. AnitaJuneParker

    Charity,
    Here’s a link to my flickr page where you can see these photos (and a few more). Good luck. I adore built-in beds – not only are they practical from a space-point-of-view, but they feel so cozy and womb-like. I’m building a Jefferson-style double bed in my daughter’s house and turning her old room in my house into an office with a built-in daybed/bed. Good luck!
    Anita

  6. Charity

    I am so happy to find these pic’s!! I’ve been looking for a picture to describe what I want in my children’s new room. We’re moving into a 1930′s farmhouse, and there is a space perfect for this type of bed. If you have any other recommended sites I would love to have some additional visuals. Thanks again for posting these pic’s!

  7. admin

    Thanks Josie, I’m glad you like my blog…
    I always wanted an attic bedroom with a “nook-bed” to cuddle for days with a good book. That’s what gave me the inspiration to write this post and share these beautiful beds. Personally, i love the first one on the right – i think it has amazing colors.
    Cheers’

  8. Josie

    I love these! I have always loved older houses and it seems like they have so many more creative nooks and crannies like these. My aunt and uncle had a very nice older house in Tacoma WA and it had built in nook-beds in the attic bedroom that I always loved to play in when we visited. They make one feel so safe and almost coddled. I’ve been on here, reading and loving all your posts for hours now. What a wonderful blog!

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