Becki Owens Summit Creek Project / Rebekah Westover Photography
Do you love built-in bunk rooms as much as we do? So functional, they are perfect for everyday room sharing or maximizing the number of guests you can invite to the cabin. And they don’t just have to be for kids, sophisticated details make them pretty enough for the adults. Take a look at these ten different built-in bunk room ideas.
Make it a Queen
Becki Owens Double Eagle Project / Mykals Architectural Photography
Bunk rooms aren’t just for kids. Make your space more versatile by making one or two of your bunk beds a queen.
While your building your bunks, make the space even more functional by working in storage. In this space, we love the dresser drawers between the bunks, and the pull out drawers below beneath the lower beds.
Can you imagine how long the kids would sleep in this cozy dark space?! It’s functional, but also extra lux.
The Chippendale railing on this upper bunk is so beautiful. We love the way it adds pattern to the white space.
Bunk rooms are inherently fun. Embrace it with a bold color you might not usually use.
Make it Two-Tone
Neutral doesn’t have to be boring. Pick a different color or wood tone for your ladders and railings to make them pop.
Illuminate with Sconces
Stairs make your bunks feel more sophisticated, less summer camp. The open stairs in this space could double as book shelves or storage in baskets.
Keep it Natural
Natural wood and clean lines make this built-in bunk feel sophisticated. Another tip? Definitely consider creating a headboard for your bunk with a custom sized pillow.
Layer with Shiplap
Add interest to the room will shiplap walls behind your bunks. The horizontal lines mimic those of the bunk. It’s a pretty look.
Hope these beautiful bunk room spaces give you some ideas for your own built-ins!