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.
Bunk beds extend to the eaves of this "Aprese Ski-House Treehouse," which was featured on season 6 of Animal Planet's "Treehouse Masters." The treehouse is part of a 10-acre sprawling estate in Washington.
Colorful and distinctive bedding turns each compartment of this fun kid's space into a private haven, despite the uniformity of the design. Built-in bunk beds with integrated ladders make maximum use of the room's square footage.
The fresh and contemporary design in this kids' room features a neutral palette with pops of pattern and color. A bunk bed saves square footage, and toys and books add visual interest on floating shelves on the wall.
Red bunk beds add a pop of color to the kids' room in HGTV Dream Home 2006. Weathered wood paneling and pine floors add to the rustic, bunkhouse feel. A suede armchair and ottoman provide a cozy seating nook.
Red and white checkerboard linens add a pop of color to the neutral wall and floor and the dark wooden structure of the bunk bed as seen from the lower bunk view of the kids' room from HGTV Dream Home 2014.
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.
The kids' room features a riot of cheerful colors: Wooden bunk beds are the blank canvas, bright patterned bed linens, pillows, accent tables and a rug are layered in to make a fun-filled space that opens up completely to the outdoors.
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.