Compact Living

Have you sat down and pondered over how to make the most of your compact living quarters?  Well we have and our first solution is in the bedroom. Whether it be a kids room or an adults room there are many ways of integrating multiple beds and functioning elements into a space. The Murphy bunk beds (above) are painted in a bright color so when it's closed it becomes an accent wall and only the homeowner knows whats hiding beneath.  This is a great solution for adding additional beds in an open space.

Lofted Bed

Layering and stacking the free floating beds clears up the floor space and creates a very playful feel in this modern kids room. Industrial wall sconces allow each of the individual beds to have their own light to control so bed times don't all have to be at the same time!

Industrial Wall Sconce

LBL Geoform Modern Silver Round Outdoor Wall Light

Modern Cave Bed

Using structural elements and carving out little cubbies for sleeping is a brilliant idea. What kid or even adult for that matter wouldn't love to dream away inside their own little cave?

Modern Bunkbeds

Not only does this modern bunk bed look beautiful, but what a great way to integrate modern storage solutions. The use of modern wall lamps not only lights up each nook but adds so much character to each space.

Modern Wall Lamp

Jonathan Adler Parker Brass Swing Wall Lamp

Lofted Bedroom

Finding sleeping solutions for compact living is not only a solution for kids bedrooms, but adults as well. This structure (above) not only looks beautiful but provides so much storage and function within one central element. It's the perfect solution for your small studio apartment.

Sleep and creativity go hand in hand!  So start dreaming about all the solutions for your space today!

Images: Habitat KidJaney Mac, All House DesignHouzz, Melody's Musings, Remodelista