Four lucky kids can sleep comfortably in these twin bunk beds. A red and white area rug provides plenty of play space. Large windows extend up to the top of the cathedral ceiling to let in plenty of natural light.
A neutral color palette with pops of green set the tone for this jungle-inspired bedroom complete with a faux elephant head and stuffed giraffe. Identical twin beds are smartly dressed with black and white bedding and topped with a green throw to tie in the nearby ottoman and stool.
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.
This boy's bedroom uses texture to create tons of visual interest, from the stripes of the wood grain to a tailored, menswear-inspired wallpaper. A homework niche fits tidily in between tall sets of cabinets.
“As graphic and exciting as this room is from a color and pattern perspective it falls short, very short, on function,” explains designer Vern Yip. “Kids come with a lot of junk — bright red, yellow and blue plastic brain-forming junk that needs to go somewhere. Bins, baskets and buckets are every parent's savior when it comes to conquering kid clutter.”