Bunk beds aren’t just for children’s rooms. While kids enjoy them, especially climbing up and down and having the option of being above or below, bunk beds can also be appealing to adults. They are practical, practical, and space-saving solutions for small rooms. So, if you want to maximize your space while also adding style to your bedroom, we’re sharing chic bunk bed ideas to inspire your next look.
Bunk beds are ideal for use in a child’s room, a primary bedroom, or even a guest bedroom. However, if you want to upgrade your design scheme with this specific bed type, there are a few things to think about before looking for the right one. Make sure your bunk bed is sturdy and the correct size for the layout of your room. Plan how your bunk bed will fit in with the room’s overall aesthetic after considering these variables. These ideas will help you choose the perfect bunk bed look to complete your space, whether you want a modern, bohemian, coastal, or moody feel.
- Improve the Staircase
Decorate your guest room’s bunk beds with a mini staircase that serves as a focal point. The pastel green and white palette of these bunk beds by Cortney Bishop Design adds to the room’s cozy feel.
- Construct a Bunk Bed Nook
Design bunk beds within the wall to maximize your space. Set aside an area near the stairs or in a room corner for a one-of-a-kind built-in setup.
- Make Use of Antique Wood Furniture
If you go the DIY route, use simple wood pieces to put together everything. These beds have a mischievous yet simple design that is suitable for children.
- Allow Wood to Shine
Create a wood staircase and wall to draw attention to the rest of the all-white room and bed structure, similar to this look by House of Jade Interiors.
- Pastels in Neutral Colors
If you’re not sure how to decorate your guest bedroom, try pastel colors. Consider a combination of soft green, smoke, and cloud white. As seen in this room, design your bunk bed to fit the overall decor and any wicker furniture.
- Put on some beachy vibes
If you can’t get the kids to the beach, bring the beach vibes to them. This would include an ocean-inspired rug, red and blue striped bedding, and a captain’s stepping ladder.
- Make Use of a Full Bed
A bunk beds bottom does not have to be a twin. A full bed can be an unforeseen option if there is enough space. If there are any nighttime fears, parents can sleep on the bottom, and their children can climb to the top.
- Make Use of the Available Space
Fill the entire room with a three-person bunk bed. Erin Williamson Design’s arrangement is ideal for an attic or the smallest room in the house.
- Create a Nautical Look
Create a bunk bed with a nautical theme to add a relaxed and comfortable feel to your child’s bedroom.
- Remember to Include Storage
Nicole Fisher of BNR Interiors added Storage to this large room by incorporating shelving and drawers into the lower portion of the bunk beds. This provides ample space for children to store their toys, books, and seasonal clothing.