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    I hate bunk/ loft style beds.
    My kids have similar tiny rooms.
    I'd put a full bed along under the window, get one that will fit storage boxes or baskets under it neatly.
    Then I'd get a 4x4 cube storage along the wall your draws are currently on. That's what we have and I put all the clothes in the top 2 rows and the toys in the bottom two rows

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mmumm View Post
    We moved DD from a toddler bed to a low loft bed when she was 3. Space underneath hides all the toys has a cupboard that's pulls into a desk if needed and put the tall boy at the end of the bed.
    It's not that high, has a 2 rung ladder and I can make the bed without having to climb up. Both kids love the space under although 20mo DS hits his head walking in everytime before bending to crawl (gives a idea how low it is).
    her room seems quite spacious now.
    This is great do you mind me asking where you got this?

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    I couldn't find low ones in the shop and got this off eBay....not much help sorry.
    Perhaps you could cut down an existing higher loft?!?


 

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