Bunk Room Ideas

Built in beds and bunk beds or bunk rooms are a great way to house extra guests or to accomodate kids in a small space. You will find all kinds of bunk room ideas tucked into this story!

These beautiful shiplap sleeping nooks are by Marie Flanigan Interiors. I want to curl up in one of these with a good book!

These fantasy bunk beds are gorgeous.  They are cozy and small, they feel like safe little spaces. Who wouldn’t love to occasionally crawl into this bed and pull those doors or curtains closed to the rest of the world?

Elegant Touch Bunk Room
Elegant Touch Bunk Room ~ Beautifully Coastal

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A beach house cabana is a great place to tuck a couple of extra beds like this one from Christina Kim Interior Design.

Who wouldn’t love to occasionally crawl into this bed and pull those doors closed to the rest of the world?

Built in nook bed ~ Apartment Therapy
Rustic Build in beds ~ Apartment Therapy

Tucked under the stairs cozy bed ~ Coastal Living  

What little girls wouldn’t have so much fun climbing into these little dollhouse cottage beds?  The curtains tucked in at the sides offer each little girl the chance to seclude themselves in their own little world, with clouds and parachutes floating overhead.

Beautiful built-in beds ~ Project Nursery

If you have a large family built-in bunk beds are a great way to create extra space in a kid’s room while still giving each child their own bed and freeing up floor space.

A crisp bunkroom with nautical flair ~ flickr
Bunk beds tucked into a corner ~ Remodelista
Seawatch Bunk Room
Seawatch bunk room ~ Coastal Living

This is a particularly beautiful bunk room with the double bunk beds and the creative ceiling treatment.

Dreamy bunk room
Dreamy Bunk Room ~ Babble

This double bed bunk over a double with a double bed trundle would be a great option for sleeping 6 small kids!

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This tiny but elegant room is a great spot for bedding down a few guests! This was from the 2019 Southern Living Idea House.

Big family?  Busy vacation house, or lots of visiting grandchildren?  Any of these are reasons to create the bunk room of your dreams!

HGVT Dream Home – 2014 – HGTV

Double beds on the bottom of these built in beds and loft beds up above make this a perfect way to accommodate eight. The white walls and the vaulted ceilings give this room a feeling of space and airyness. (Photo by David Patterson)

These wooden bunk beds are reminiscent of summer camp and are perfect for this Montana getaway. (Photo by Audrey Hall)

The bottom bunk in this bunk room is the right size for a small child which also keeps the top bunk bed at a lower height than traditional bunk beds. (Photo by Julie Ciamp Design)

These white bunk beds make a small room appear much larger with the clean lines and white palette. In a small bedrooms bunk beds make a room feel larger than a pair of twin beds.

Bunk beds with space-saving solutions like the storage space beneath them are great idea. This bed is from Pottery Barn.

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