This boy's bedroom features a road-trip theme, perpendicular bunk beds, a study nook and a skinnylap wall treatment. The black window awning pops against the light colors of the fixtures and compliments the bunkbed railing.
Taking cues from the home's coastal setting, the designers outfitted this kids' room with reclaimed wood bunk beds and light blue linens. While the dresser keeps their clothes organized, a lantern doubles as an on-theme nightlight.
These four bunk beds actually sleep six thanks to two trundle beds that pull out from the lower beds. The coastal room is very kid-friendly and is adjacent to an equally kid-friendly Jack-and-Jill bathroom.
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.
One of the goals in the attic-turned-playroom design was to create overflow sleeping space. The solution: these imaginative built-in bunk beds. Papering the back wall in black-and-white wallpaper with little city scenes adds graphic punch and a fun visual surprise.
Not hard to rouse your littles in the morning when they get to slide out of bed! The cool wood bunk bed in this green and red boys' bedroom features a slide down from the top bunk and cool tent-like flaps for the bottom bunk.
Bunk beds maximize space in this fun boy's room. A green stripe of chalkboard paint allows children to be creative without fear of ruining the walls. Pops of red and blue tie the space together to create a playful, colorful space fit for any young child's growing imagination.
The classic brown and blue color scheme and great contemporary design of this boy's bedroom can work from childhood into teen years. Tan walls and natural light keep the room bright while a powder blue ceiling adds a beautiful color accent. The striped covers on the bunk beds echo the color scheme and liven up the room.
Designer Shelley Cahan designed the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014 to capture a sense of boyish adventure. The space features vintage-inspired nickel accents, distressed furnishings and a hand-drawn airplane on the ceiling.