Is this room made for sleepovers or what? At one end, four bunk beds are built into the wall. The rest of the room feels open as can be with a high arched ceiling, lots of windows and enough floor space for a table and a sofa.
As seen on Beach Flip, Contestants Lucy and Daphney renovated the first floor guest bedroom with a raised bunk bed and added an office space at the Southwind condo. They made the blue outline of a whale around the top bunk to keep with the nautical theme. (after)
Fox sheets by Serena and Lily mix with Target bedding and an array of pillows in this fun and colorful space. Brothers share the bunk beds, a budget friendly find. Layered pattern makes this room a fun and creative space for two young boys to sleep and play.
Bright colors and layered patterns result in a kids' room with plenty of fodder for the imagination. Sheets and wallpaper by Serena and Lily provide instant pop, while a contemporary bunk bed leaves plenty of space for two brothers to play. FLOR tiles can be easily cleaned or replaced as needed.
This little boy's room maximizes storage space by incorporating two vintage-inspired dressers: one tucked in the closet and one next to the bunk beds. Intended for the youngest gentleman of the house, the space pairs classic, tailored elements with nickel accents and distressed furnishings for a look that’s both playful and preppy.
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.
Designers transformed the building's former classrooms into the bedrooms for these homeowners. Instead of splitting the space into five bedrooms-one for each child-designers decided to leave the room open and create a wall with six bunk beds. These bed spaces are given some privacy with curtains to give each boy their own space.
This design of this kid's bedroom demonstrates the finesse of Jackson Paige Interiors, as they incorporate the overall contemporary, coastal theme of the home but with a fun and free-wheeling approach. The contemporary bunk bed with shelves anchors the decor and allows the more eclectic elements--wallpaper, striped wall, light fixture and built-in daybed--to show their charm.
A light wood bunk bed features circular cutouts, a fireman's pole and a slide leading from the top bunk to the floor for a fun and playful bedroom design. A blue and green checkered rug creates a turf-like look and matches the green and blue hues used in the cityscape wall mural. A hanging chair dangles below painted clouds for a swing-like element.
BASEMENT, AFTER: Designer Hilary Farr utilized every inch of space in this tight basement to turn it into a home office and spare bedroom, as seen on HGTV's Love It or List It. Up to three people can sleep comfortably in the space as the desk can be raised to reveal a stowaway bed hidden in the wall, and the couch transforms into bunk beds with ease.
This kids' room reflects the bright colors of St. Barts outside their window. Inverting the colors of sand and sea, the designers created a whimsical feel in this space, while bunk beds with whimsical bed linens add cool sleeping quarters and modern drawers add storage. An orange and white teepee was brought in to give the kids a great place to use their imaginations.
This gray and red boys' bedroom is perfect for this family's little ones. With cool modern bunkbeds that have storage built in, there is plenty of space left on the floor to play. On either side of the bunk bed, matching bookshelves let each boy have a space to express himself. The room is bathed in plenty of light from the windows, so the space is still bright and exciting.
In the girl’s room, a crib mattress nests under the bed just in case she rolls too far over in the night. The bed is one half of a bunk set, and its mate is in her brother’s room. One day when the children are older, the bunks will be reunited.
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.
The family wanted a room that would be great for their two growing boys, but were limited on space, so designers created a room that fit every need. They installed bunk beds to make space for the two boys, and with a ladder on the side of the bed, getting up to that top bunk is a breeze. The bookshelves on either side of the bed make sure that both boys have space to show off their own personality, and, still, plenty of floor space remains for the boys to be able to play in their space.