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.
In the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014, muted shades of blue and gray are contrasted with youthful pops of persimmon, adding a warm, rich appeal to the space. Designer Shelley Cahan created the space to be an upscale retreat for the youngest gentleman of the house.
This play room is the stuff dreams are made of. Pale gray paneling and a soaring ceiling give the space a lighter-than-air feel and the bunk beds are delightful hidey holes with their own private curtains. Designed by Bill Moore, Chris Reebals and Emory Ratliff
Bright blue walls give this kid's bedroom a lively look. Built-in bunk beds are stacked against the wall leaving maximum floor space available. A gray shag rug softens the light hardwood floor and adds a fun texture to the design. Small yellow details add an extra pop of color to the space.
This designer boys' bedroom is the perfect place for boys to create and grow. The floor to ceiling built in bookshelves on either side of the bed give each boy a space to show off his own personal style, while the modern, custom bunk beds are the perfect masculine addition. There is plenty of floor space in this room so the boys have room to play in their own space.
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.
For accommodating kids and guests, Fixer Upper's Chip and Joanna Gaines devised a new bunk room with four queen-sized bunk beds. The bunk beds feature gray and white striped linens, stained shiplap paneling, iron railings and integrated stairs. The stairs are painted white with natural wood treads.
Bunk beds stand tall in this contemporary kids' bedroom. An orange accent wall brightens the space while providing welcome contrast to the gray-and-white bedding. A bookcase flanks the bunk beds, offering a convenient spot for storing books and displaying knickknacks.
These built-in bunk beds feature stained shiplap paneling and black lantern sconces, giving the room a down-to-earth feel. Gray striped bed linens and decorative throw pillows finish the look of the space.
Plaid bed linens and sail boat pillow cases decorate the two sets of bunk beds separated by a wood panel with built in bookshelves in this kid's bedroom. A lovable collection of stuffed animals adds comfort and color to the room. A sleek black dresser with gray drawers compliments the gray and neutral tones on the walls and strip of shag carpeting.
This spunky, modern kid's room on New York's Upper West Side features built-in bunk beds with reading lamps, a streamlined paint treatment and a hanging bubble chair any kid would love. Gray lacquered floating shelves serve as nightstands for each bunk, while built-in drawers provide storage. A mod polka-dot rug pulls together the fun and colorful palette.
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.
A clever use of a small footprint, designer Kristina Crestin came up with the idea to put a queen sized bed together with a twin bunk bed, thinking a family could fit into the small space. To the right of the queen bed, a closet holds essential storage. Black pipe fittings provide a safety component to the twin bed, but also add a little industrial flair.
A budget-friendly pine V-groove in a semi opaque wash on a warm grey was chosen for the walls so they wouldn't compete with the barn board ceiling.
The guest room was a great space to have a little fun, pairing some fun, white animal heads with a found vintage chair. Layering elements to add to the story of the space.