If you’ve finally decided to put that loft to good use, and make it a livable space, then all you need is some loft furniture. Loft furniture options will depend upon your space constraints and floor plan. If you have a wide open loft space, large pieces that can serve as room dividers personalize the interior. Try a tall, well-anchored bookcase to set off your living room from your dining area; a loft bed behind a tri-fold Shoji screen or a floor-to-ceiling curtain will give your sleeping quarters more privacy. Modular pieces with curving frames and minimal ornamentation have a hip, modern aesthetic. Furniture frames may consist of stained wood or metals such as stainless steel, chrome or copper. For an arty look, paint an old wooden door with an abstract design and place it behind your bed to use as a headboard.