On the opposite end of the whimsical kids' room from the bunk beds, a toddler bed is nestled. Complete with its own orange teepee, this area creates a space that is perfect for big kids and little kids alike.
A leopard-print area rug grounds this eclectic girl's bedroom, while starry wallpaper adds style overhead. Traditional bunk beds dressed in pretty whites take up less floor space and still provide the lady of the room space for sleepovers.
A mix of vintage chairs create a charming seating area against the live-edge work station that creates a desk for the bunk room. Using mismatched chairs adds a carefree and effortless feel to the room’s design.
This girl's bedroom uses color and pattern to make a bright room for hanging out, homework and sleepovers. Any kid would love the bunk beds tucked behind curtains in the wall. And a large sitting area is perfect for lounging with a big sofa, chairs and poufs.
Even the kids room offers breathtaking views of the Chicago city skyline. Designed for two boys, a contemporary, gray wood bunk bed adds functionality to the small space, and a stylish blue and white chevron rug grounds the room. A pair of bean bags provides a quaint area for reading and relaxing.
Tyler custom-ordered the ladder through the contractor, Frawley Construction, as a clever way to access the upper bunk. The wood and brass details of the ladder add to the classic aesthetic of the space. The door is painted in high-gloss Benjamin Moore Hale Navy, and it leads to a small storage area under the eaves.
To accommodate as many people as possible, designers combined the exercise space and photography studio into an expansive, communal sleeping area with space for up to 10 people. Inspired by railway sleeping cars, the double-decker, double-sized bunk beds are cozy, comfortable and private, with well-appointed interiors including reading lights and book nooks. A comfy window seat doubles as day bed, and converts to a trundle bed when needed, while deep drawers provide plenty of storage space.