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.
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Black bamboo floors and a custom concrete entertainment center and fireplace anchor this living space in what was once a high school classroom. Soft textures and sheer drapery balance out the space for this bachelor. Design by HGTV Star contestant Tylor Devereaux.
To the left, a large study area -- which could also be used as a home school classroom -- features bookshelves, ergonomically correct chairs, a map and other necessary supplies. On the right, the home's humble entry shows a beautiful wood plank ceiling and frosted sliding glass doors.