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  • Leah Jett

    Two level nook for kids room. Play area underneath with cozy reading nook above

  • D ski

    And if you're really looking to maximize kids' space, I recommend looking UP! Kids are so small. Do they really need 8" ceilings? Nah. Consider building in play areas or bunk beds if you live in a home and area that will almost always attract families (for resell consideration).

  • Jami Morrell

    kids room. loft bed over play house.

  • Lauren Redmond

    What an awesome play space with doors under the loft bed. Attempting Aloha: Think outside the {toy} Box - Over 50 Organizational Tips for Kids' Spaces

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Old bunk bed turned into an indoor tree house. -- want to do this w/ bamboo legs & grass roof. A quiet place to read under (w/ bean bags) and "toddler proof" upper place to play legos, etc.

Meidän makuuhuoneen kokoluokkaa. Kotoisa, mutta todella pieni. Vaatii kyllä hyvää suunnittelua. Ja valoa. Ja varmaan peilejä.

.great built-in bunks // kids room. Would be a good idea for extra space in basement, especially for sleep overs.

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ellaminnowpeas: Built in bed inside the closet. How cute! I really like that. But I would add a reading light and it would be perfect!

the slow life: the treehouse. Pretty sure thus is a double pin, but so awesome.

Such a cute idea. I've also seen it with the play house one the ground and the bed was on the roof. Either way I want it in my daughter's room.

Built in bunks but I want railing upstairs for safety.

This has nothing to do with your living room, but I'm inspired by it! The lamps are cool for you.