Is this room made for sleepovers or what? At one end, four bunk beds are built into the wall. The rest of the room feels open as can be with a high arched ceiling, lots of windows and enough floor space for a table and a sofa.
This boy's bedroom is colored in a shade of mint green and includes a rustic bed with plaid linens, a rustic wooden nightstand with table lamp, and five large galvanized letter cutouts hung on the wall to spell his name.
Pastel yellow pairs with crisp white to create a charming, feminine look in this girls' bedroom. Plaid throw pillows add a country feel, and artwork recreated to mimic the girls' drawings adds a playful touch.
Classic country accents like the Hudson's Bay blankets mix with industrial elements like the pipe bunk bed for a look that's cheery and thoroughly modern. Rugs, like this rustic cowhide one, layered on top of carpeting can be a great way to add unique personality into a bedroom.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
A pair of twin beds with striped bedding anchor this kid's room. A large window is dressed with a black-and-white patterned roman shade, which stands out against the bold red wall. A lamp with a cow-print lampshade brings a western vibe to the room.
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
The kids' room in HGTV Dream Home 2014 is a mashup of fun, red and white stripes and gingham. Natural light from the large windows along the vaulted ceiling illuminate the dark wood bunk beds and dresser.
Red and white checkerboard linens add a pop of color to the neutral wall and floor and the dark wooden structure of the bunk bed as seen from the lower bunk view of the kids' room from HGTV Dream Home 2014.
The kids who get to stay in this bedroom are very lucky. Each level of the bunk has its own wall-mounted TV. The kids can close the room divider curtain and make a stage on the hardwood floor. Costumes and toys can be stashed in the steamer trunk.
Designer Tawna Allred created this delightful kids' bedroom for her two daughters. Allred used her extensive background as a professional oil painter to repaint her daughters' drawings onto canvases for a personalized touch.