55 Bedroom Bunks Design Photos And Ideas

Custom, built-in bunk beds were constructed out of Baltic birch plywood, which stand out against the dark cork floors. Each bed includes a sconce for reading, along with built-in storage. In the bunk room, a sliding partition that opens to the adjacent catwalk adds a sense of whimsy.
There are four bunks for the kids' sleeping area, fitted over the wheel wells, and a door separates the parents' bedroom at the back of the bus. The mattress is positioned over the engine, so it is high, and there is clothing storage below it, on either side of the bed, and in wall cabinets above. The couple writes on their blog: "Our bedroom has so much storage we haven't even used all of it!"
New carpeting in the bunk room.
Bunk beds outfit the children's bedroom.
At night, the star-gazing nook is the perfect place to view the bright, twinkling stars, including the Big Dipper.
A glass dome provides clear viewing to the endless sky above.
The bunk room welcomes family and friends.
The ladder leads to a quiet sleeping loft.
On the opposite side of the kitchen are two bunk beds that can be tucked away.
In the second bedroom, built-in bunk beds add a flair of fun, decorated with black netting.
Simply pull down the top bunk from the ceiling and unfold the bottom bunk from the banquette.
The minimalist, cantilevered bunk beds are a modern interpretation of a traditional bunk room.
In the chalet room, the bed, table, and seating were designed as a island unit finished in smooth cement render.
The girls' bedroom was designed for sleepovers and contains four full-size bunk beds and a banquette with a single-size mattress, all custom-designed by ABD Studio.
Students from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, designed these cabins to be placed at campgrounds throughout the state. Named “The Wedge” this sloped-roof wood structure with plywood interior walls was built in just four days.
LAMAS designed a quartet of bunkbeds large enough for adults.
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Each bedroom has two access doors, which close completely flush for a clean appearance.
Photography is by Olivier Blouin.
Humble Hostel was conceived by a group of young people who proposed temporary housing that could also give back space usually taken up by kitchen areas, bicycle parking, and other junk.
Bunk room in basement with custom artwork on floor by Sean Martorana. Curtains by West Elm.
The media room features custom-designed bunks with Camp Wandawega for Land of Nod bedding.
The Bunk Room, located on the first floor, has direct pool access.  Custom built in bunk beds provide the perfect accommodations for a group of friends.
Custom bunk beds are built into one of the guest bedrooms.  A circular opening is a playful addition.
The owners can access the pool in the backyard via sliding doors in the master bedroom.
Bunk beds and built-in storage in the attic.
The new cabins' pine interiors have been left their natural shade. Furnishings are kept to the absolute minimum to keep guests' focus on what lies outside.
Two more units are located in a petite white room with an extra bed raised high above the flooring, resting atop stacked lockers.
With Lolipop bunk beds from Resource Furniture, the space can comfortably sleep four. Heavy red curtains pull out of the walls to enclose each room for maximum privacy and sound control.
A sloping ceiling allows light into one of the children’s bedrooms. The bed is from CedarWorks.
Twin-bed rooms feature bright red bunk beds for a dormitory-like experience and can be paired with adjoining rooms for larger groups of guests.
A three-level bunk bed with an additional trundle furnishes the children’s room on the first floor; the cabinetry and drawers are from IKEA.
Storage within built-in bed bunk
The bunk beds are original only repainted and treated to updated detailing.
Master Guest Suite
Master Guest Suite
Urbangreen selected walnut wood coated in a clear, low-VOC finish for the custom bunk beds. "It brings out the natural beauty and detail of of the grain," says Elias Didaskalou of Urbangreen. "The materials used not only had to look good, but also had to ensure durability and longevity. Sustainability for Urbangreen, along with lowering our carbon footprint, also means handcrafting pieces that last a lifetime: Non-disposable furniture that will not end up in a landfill."
The compact, hardy cabins were designed to work in a variety of park settings, including the beach.
Openstudio worked with local builders, using a palette of regional materials: patterned brick, white ceramic tiles, and roughcast lime-washed plaster.
Bunk Room

Perhaps the room that most reflects our personality is the bedroom. It's an extension of ourselves, and there are endless opportunities to personalize, decorate, and reconfigure it to better express our individual tastes. These modern bedrooms are furnished with well-designed beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, wardrobes, and storage options—and exhibit trends in lighting and flooring.