If space is limited, use the height of the room. Wall cupboards or shelves will prevent objects from pushing on the floor and create room for a surprising number of blessings, thus avoiding disorder. An elevated platform can provide additional living, play or sleeping space, in addition to adding an interesting feature to a room.
The idea of using the height of a room to add berths in children's rooms. the rooms can be extended to the construction of an adult bed on a platform, with fitted cupboards below. Various forms of storage can be used under the bed. If it's a double bed, the sliding storage will be more easily accessible. The higher the platform for the bed, the more imaginative storage possibilities underneath, and the space could also be used to house an office.
Obviously, a king size bed is only suitable for older children and there should always be a solid rail to prevent the child from falling out of bed. A balcony or a narrow mezzanine can be a separate space for cooking and eating in large, spacious rooms. This is particularly useful in an attic or warehouse conversion, where height difference can act as a psychological barrier between what is happening elsewhere in the room.
Lofts and warehouses offer great opportunities for open living. People who are not used to large rooms can find so much open space at first. However, the larger pieces can be efficiently divided by large pieces of furniture. Huge L-shaped sofas or armchairs can be supported by large freestanding storage rooms, which also offer privacy and mark out areas designated for various activities: quiet relaxation, office work and billiards, for example. In these huge spaces, you can isolate a relatively small area for the essential privacy of the bathroom and bedroom.