Are you just as fond of built-in bunk rooms as we do? They are so versatile, great for sharing rooms every day or maximizing the number of guests you can invite to the cabin. And they don’t just have to be for kids; they’re pretty enough for adults with sophisticated info. Take a look at these ten distinct ideas for built-in bunk rooms.
The bunk rooms aren’t for kids only. Make your room more spacious by making a queen out of one or two of your bunk beds.
Make the room much more usable by working in storage during the construction of your bunks. We love the dresser drawers between the bunks in this room, and the drawers under the lower beds are taken out.
Can you imagine how long the children would have slept in this cosy dark space?! It is utilitarian, but extra lux is also functional.
The Chippendale railing is so gorgeous on this upper bunk. We love the way the pattern is applied to the white space.
Bunk rooms are generally entertaining. Embrace it with a bright colour that you usually might not use.
Neutral hasn’t got to be dull. To make them pop, choose a different paint or wood tone for your ladders and railings.
Make your sconces a big part of the design because your upper bunks will need light. We love the new articulated sconces (they’re on sale!) we’ve used in our Brio Bunks.
Stairs create a more elegant, less summer camp feel for your bunks. In this space, the open stairs might double as bookshelves or be stored in baskets.
This built-in bunk looks elegant with natural wood and clean lines. Another hint? With a custom shaped pillow, indeed, consider making a headboard for your bed.
Shiplap walls behind your bunks will add interest to space. The horizontal lines mirror the bunk lines. It’s a good look.
Hope you get some ideas for your built-ins from these lovely bunk room spaces!