When you are attempting to renovate a house of modest proportions, there may not always be enough room to fit in a proper bed frame with Queen or King size mattress. However, that does not indicate that you should stop looking for a comfortable and snug sleeping arrangement.
Space saving beds are cleverly designed to turn unusual nooks, corners, and areas of your house into sleeping sections.
For instance, the area under a staircase can be used for a single or double bed set up. If the stairs go way up and the section beneath it is tall enough, you can also turn it into a bunk design, with one bed on top of the other.
Loft beds, two-layered models, and bunk beds are also types of space-saving beds. You can find these products in solid wood as well as stainless steel and metal frames with mattress sizes ranging from that for a child to that for an adult.
If you live alone, you can pick a loft bed with desk and use the lower area for studies or work. If you share a room with other people, you can find four-mattress bunk beds.
These models take up a whole wall, have a ladder or staircase in the middle with two beds on either side. They disappear into the interiors as a design feature without letting the room appear cramped.
Many stores offer you a loft bed, fixed along a wall, where the entire lower area is designed with drawers, hangers, and hooks to create a closet and storage area. Such space-saving beds work as a slumber corner as well as dressers, making the most out of a limited area. A cabin bed, following the same path as the dresser bed, uses the space below the mattress frame as a combination of home library, media store, and cloth hanging area.