Using a twist on under-bed storage, the area below a store-bought loft bed becomes a welcoming small-scale study. An adjustable desk is made of painted plywood attached to a homemade wooden frame, which was screwed to the bed's base for stability.
We made our simple frame out of one-by-fours and two-by-fours cut down to match the dimensions of the store-bought loft bed's legs and horizontal supports. The desk and chalkboard are each made from 3/4-inch-thick plywood and attached to the structure with piano hinges. The adjustable desk is also supported by casement window adjusters, as shown.