This pink bedroom features a hand-made knotty pine ladder leading to a bunk bed with green curtains hiding a desk area. Skylights in the room's high ceiling provide natural light, and a ceiling fan helps cool the sitting area with white sofa and striped chair below.
Four lucky kids can sleep comfortably in these twin bunk beds. A red and white area rug provides plenty of play space. Large windows extend up to the top of the cathedral ceiling to let in plenty of natural light.
This cheery kids bedroom features modern bunk beds with space-inspired bedding and pillows. Multicolored floral curtains decorate the windows, while a green and white square patterned area rug covers the wood floors.
This Spanish guest room features fun spaces for kids, including custom-built bunk beds with an arched window that peeks into an adjoining sitting area. Arched openings throughout the home provide continuity in the space.
A sleek bunk bed frees up floor space in this small kids' bedroom, creating a separate play area. A miniature dresser adds a big pop of color, while a small gallery wall of travel-inspired artwork adds a personal touch.
Blue-and-white striped and solid green bedding with complementary poufs add a spark of energy to this kid's contemporary white bedroom. The sleek and bunk beds utilize the wall space of the room, creating an open area for games and projects.
Natural light pours in from the trio of windows, creating a bright play area in the nook of this boys' bedroom. Red chairs add an eye-catching pop of color, contrasting the blue accents from the rug and bedding.
This traditional bunk bed serves as the centerpiece of this boys' bedroom. Pops of green give a contemporary look while toy displays add multi-color interest. A large green and white patterned area rug anchors the space and compliments the green and white bed linens.
This kids' bedroom boasts an updated nautical theme without being stereotypical. Bold striped bed linens cover the transitional bunk bed, a chevron area rug covers the floor and colorful graphic fabric covers the sofa.
The backyard is transformed into an island getaway, complete with a shipwreck. The boat is made from an old wooden sailing ketch named SeaQuest. The interior space is converted to a bar area, and the two original bunks area fitted with new custom-made mattresses.
Okay, how cool is this? With bunk beds, a ladder and nets, this loft can be used for for sleeping or for climbing. There are nets tucked into the base so the kiddos can even feel like they're floating.