Bunk beds are essential furniture when we face common kids’ room design problem; limited floor space, especially when we happen to have no choice but to ‘put’ two or even more children in a single bedroom. What makes bunk beds more challenging is the fact that it has to be fun and stylish. Remember, kids are always obsessed to be stylish all the time, aren’t they? Moreover, since kids tend to spend their time in their room to sleep, play, and study, it’s compulsory for the beds—well, not only bed, actually, but today we will only focused in this topic—to be really fun.
Have you ever found some stylish bunk beds on your local furniture shop? If you do, good for you; since it’s very hard to find stylish bunk beds nowadays, even if the world is literally filled with tons of great furniture options. For any of you that have some difficulties on finding one, we will show you how to make one! You can literally do the bed yourself or display it in a quirky way in order to make the overall room looks gorgeous.
Today, we will you show endless possibility on designing kids’ bedroom using bunk beds. It could be monochromatic or full of color, mixed use or themed bedroom; it could anything you imagine of, and awesome bunk bed usage will accommodate your kids with a fun, intriguing and stylish persona.
Our first reference for the day is this pretty wooden bunk bed with smart storage. If you are having trouble with wardrobe placement since the room is really limited in floor space, then this can be a great solution. Right under and at the end of the lower bed, there are built-in drawer and wardrobe with glossy leaf green color. The result is totally captivating and popped out. Accompanying this beauty, the room has baseball gloves shaped single sofa with a bunch of table in shape of wooden pipe that give out Zen ambiance throughout the room. Fancy!
The second reference is actually quite normal, but the designer smartly designed it in creative way so that the final result is quirky. The bunk bed used here is common; made of wood painted in white with some safety hedge on the upper bed. Then, the designer puts the word ‘BUNKBED’ vertically on one pillar of the bed. These letters are presented in blue-to-turquoise ombre. In tone with this color, the designer put a carpet in the same color. One detail that we love from this room is the wall that comes in beige and then painted with white clouds; a gorgeous way to make the whole room beautiful.
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