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.
The designers of this kids' bedroom used color and pattern to infuse the space with youthful energy and whimsy. White bunk beds set side by side serve as blank canvases for vibrant stripes and a graphic print.
This coastal bedroom features light blue walls, perfectly framed art and modern white bunk beds. Coral and navy accents give the space a sophisticated beach vibe without compromising style, from the blankets and throw pillows to the lamp sconce.
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.
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.
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.
An Hermes pillow in an orange-and-white checkerboard pattern provides eye-catching contrast against the neutral bedding of the Little Boy Blu room at the San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2014. The classic blue-and-white pattern in the fabric wallpaper is Pierre Frey's 18th-century ikat Toile de Nantes print.
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.
This kids' bedroom boasts an updated nautical theme without being stereotypical. Bold striped bed linens cover the transitional bunk bed, a chevron area rug covers the floor and colorful graphic fabric covers the sofa.