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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

What a great idea for a tiny/small kids room! A funky loft bunk!

Assuming you have the ceiling height, here's a great little project for a kids room- and one that would free up a good deal of floor space for a desk, or seating. Obviously, the same, but in a larger format, concept could be applied to a set-up for adults.
    I'm slowly gathering a photo collection of "good space efficiency set-ups" for both kid and adult rooms, and I'll be posting those soon. In the meantime, here's a mere sample.

Basically, its a plywood box, with rounded access and window holes, wall-papered within, and set on painted 4" by 4" posts- which in turn support the ladder rungs- so simple, but it looks GREAT!

Feel free to share your ideas or photos too! It looks like I'm being signed on to create a kid's fort/playhouse book, complete with some full plans (and many guest designers) too- IF YOU'D LIKE YOUR FORTS, TREEHOUSES, OR TINY PLAYHOUSE CREATIONS (EVEN HOBBY SHEDS) TO BE PHOTOGRAPHICALLY FEATURED AS PART OF IT, SEND ME PHOTOS (very hi-res only), and you just may be in the book- credited, or course, and all. KIDCEDAR at GMAIL dot com.

-Derek "Deek" Diedricksen


  1. Love it! We have a small house (800 sq. ft.) and would love to see more ideas on how to maximize our space!

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