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A 2-in-one bedroom – A nursery with a loft bedroom for the parents

small loft bedroom and baby crib

The architects from Ateliers L. McComber have come up with a novel innovation for couples who have just had their newborn – a two-level bedroom – which is the perfect solution for parents who do not want to move out of their small dwelling and can still make some space for the new addition in their family.

The unique architecture of the room calls for a loft being transformed into a parents’ bedroom with a comfortable bed placed on a wooden false ceiling that divides the room into the nursery for the baby and a room for the parents. This design will give ample space for the family so as to make a small apartment quite spacious, as the nursery will accommodate all the essentials of a living area as well!

The result would be a customized loft suspended in the middle of the room supported with metallic pipes. The look is very aesthetic, as the contours of the loft are very curved and shapely and the idea is also very practical, as the parents get to sleep next to the baby, albeit on different levels!

The design is modern, compact and is an ideal solution for new parents who are desirous of providing a nursery to their little one and do not have to search for a bigger house!

Via: Furniture Fashion

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