Much like butterfly chairs, bean bags, and inflatable items, bunk beds are one of the must-have pieces of furniture as a kid, but when you leave college you’re never 100 percent comfortable getting on and off. However, when it comes to bunk beds, you may not find it easy to escape them. Bunk rooms are a staple for sea houses, beach houses, and other summer residences for one reason: necessity. Fortunately, bunk beds have evolved beyond the rickety frames and wobbly ladders you may remember from your last double-decker sleeping experience. Custom bunk beds now have everything from large mattresses to steps to privacy curtains. In these dreamy bedrooms you will rethink everything you thought you knew about bunk beds.
Custom grid railing
This airy bedroom feels clean and fresh with its pure white color palette. A few thoughtful splashes of color in the room, including yellow accents on the bedding and the inside of the railing design of the railing painted with Benjamin Moore’s peacock blue, give the room a playful touch.
About Haus Schön
If you have young children and the ladders and railings on most bunk beds could (understandably) make you a little nervous. But not with this version. A staircase leads to the bunk, which is accessible through a child-friendly arched opening. Also, a sturdy x-shaped railing and curtains should make your child (and you) feel safe.
About Amy Berry Design
With niche-style bunk beds in the wall, this living room offers plenty of space to relax. Drawers under the lower bunk provide additional storage space and the roll bar makes it easy to push the ladder away. A zebra-print rug in the center of this slumber-party-ready bedroom creates a youthful feel, while floor cushions and a pair of light blue chairs provide plenty of opportunities to sit and relax.
About Brit + Co.
The problem with many bunk beds is that at least one bed is too dark, especially the lower bunk bed. Not so with this bunk bed wall, which has been carefully designed with a small window in each bedroom. When the sun goes down, residents can stay up and read thanks to a wall light above each bed. Even better, each bed has a privacy curtain so the lights don’t stop anyone.
About ELLE DECOR
Adult friendly design
One of the things that make adults reluctant to stay in a dorm room is likely the memories of all those times when they sat up in college and hit their head on the ceiling. Not so with this room. Vaulted ceilings make your forehead far less likely to hit, and the upscale coastal design doesn’t make you feel like you’re in a kid’s room. The comfortable window seat is just right for reading in the afternoon or clapping at night, and the drawers ensure that the contents of all weekend bags are not scattered around the room.
Patterns in bold
A strikingly painted chevron floor and lively curtains with a fish print make a strong statement in an otherwise inconspicuous bedroom. Despite the bold prints, the room does not look overwhelming thanks to the classic color palette in blue and white.
About the daily catch
Loft style bunk
Sure, this bed is not your typical bunk bed, but we believe it is suitable because it is another break from the stereotypical bedroom. The calm silver-gray and white color palette, combined with the clear furniture and the modern pendant lamp, make this room one of the most elegant bedrooms we have ever seen.
About the turquoise house