Although you may not have a lot of extra room in your house, all it takes is a small, welcoming space for a good night’s sleep. Get inspired by some of our favorite sleeping lofts featured on Tiny House Nation:
Light wood, a graphic rug and plenty of pillows makes this sleeping loft welcoming and cheerful.
Don’t forget a loft can be used as a lounge area, as well as a place for overnight guests.
Sleeping lofts are a great place for kids, as the space feels secret and special.
Try a larger bed in that small area and we guarantee you’ll feel protected and comfortable as you snooze.
Windows help with circulation and also provide great views.
You don’t need to skimp on style when it comes to sleeping lofts. Adding photos, rugs and accessories adds charm to the space!
Work in overall design elements into the smallest of places. The wood planks and window treatment make this loft feel like it’s part of the house and not an afterthought.
This loft bed folds up into seating area and is used as another living space during the day.
While this vertical clearance is probably only good for tiny tots, the storage can be used by all and is a great solution in any space.
You can even add a loft area to an existing bedroom, which is perfect for sleepovers.
Got attic space? Get rid of the extra stuff and consider using it as another living area that converts into a sleeping space when guests pop in.
These homeowners have crafted the perfect place to read and relax during the day.
With skylights and windows for optimum air flow, a sleeping loft like this could be your next master bedroom for great views and a place to get away from it all.