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.
A framed painting of the beach provides the colorful palette in this guest bedroom with double bunk beds. Coral throw blankets on the bed compliment the navy tufted sofa with matching brass floor lamps.
This adorably stylish bunk bed nook is a space-saving dream. Pull the curtain and it's entirely hidden away; open the curtain and reveal two cozy bunks decked out in dapper stripes with under-bed storage drawers.
The designers of this kids' bedroom used color and pattern to infuse the space with youthful energy and whimsy. White bunk beds set side by side serve as blank canvases for vibrant stripes and a graphic print.
This coastal bedroom features light blue walls, perfectly framed art and modern white bunk beds. Coral and navy accents give the space a sophisticated beach vibe without compromising style, from the blankets and throw pillows to the lamp sconce.
This guest room features two bunk beds that provide plenty of space for visitors. Tufted taupe upholstered guard rails are positioned on the top beds, while all-over neutral tones complete the look of the room, creating a laid-back vibe.
The bunk beds in this boy's bedroom were custom-designed. Stairs on one side give easy access to the upper bunk and are visually balanced out by the bookshelf on the other side. The top bunk's railing looks delicate, but is plenty sturdy to keep kids safe.
Slumber party at your house! The frame and rails of these fantastic bunk beds were made from antique barn beams. The top bed is a twin and the bottom beds are full size. Windows were installed above, allowing natural light to stream down into the space.
A navy-and-white color scheme in this open kids' room works for any gender. Interior designer Lauren Leonard placed two sets of bunk beds side by side for a built-in look. Simple labeled baskets underneath the beds add extra storage, and galvanized buckets hanging from thick rope bring a rustic element to the space.
To create a one of a kind bunkbed in this racetrack inspired room, designer Carrie Maniaci built the upper bunk as the garage with the lower bunk as the car parked underneath. "We wanted something that would be fun for the kids and spark their imagination," Maniaci said.
Because of limited space, rearranging wasn’t really possible when GordonDunning redesigned this room as part of a Dwell with Dignity install. With the help of DIY blogger Dena Stormer they revamped the room’s color palette with a coat of bright red paint, reusing much of the existing furniture, to give the room a fresh new look.