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5 Singapore Homes that Maximise Vertical Space with A Loft

Singapore homes are notorious for being short on space. As of last year, we’ve been ranked second-most expensive city in the world to purchase private property for two years in a row. The average price per square foot is a whopping US$1,063. Consequently, home owners would want to make the most out of every inch. To do that, many have tapped into the potential of vertical space by using a loft.

LOFTS IN THE BEDROOM

 

With the clever use of loft, this cozy room is able to pack in lots of functions. The space beneath the stairs features a work station right by the window to take in natural light during the day. It also readily converts to an entertainment zone, with a TV mounted to the side of the staircase. The segregation effectively shields the bed from distractions and clutter, which helps improve sleep quality.

 

loft in bedroom

 

Much like the room before, a loft perches the bed up high to create a conducive study environment underneath. Having a dedicated workspace at home contributes to higher productivity and focus. The design utilizes a ladder instead of a staircase, which is more space-saving but only suitable for younger household members.

 

loft in bedroom

 

This bedroom has a little more space than the previous two, but employs a similar tactic of using a loft for a private and restful sleeping quarter. The staircase doubles as storage and features a wardrobe. It’s always a good idea to affix LED strips to the underside of the steps. They’re invisible when not in use, but ensure safety when going up and down in the dark.

 

LOFTS IN THE LIVING ROOM

loft in living room

 

If you’ve been blessed with ample vertical space, all the more reason to have a loft. This apartment makes use of its generous height to have a study that overlooks the living room. The mezzanine loft compliments the metal beams and floor-to-ceiling windows for an industrial look, with pot plants and wood furniture to add a Scandinavian touch.

 

loft in living room

 

Unlike the capacious apartment above, this home needs to be smarter with its space. A loft lifts the study above ground level to leave room for entertainment and relaxation in the living area. Wall cabinets provide plenty of storage, and the loft is able to accommodate enough desk space for two people.

 

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