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30 Cool + Cozy Bunk Rooms

January 22, 2019

Sharing a room has never been so chic. Whether doubling- (or quadrupling-) up for a vacation or in your everyday home, these rooms show how stylish and functional bunking up can be.

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Photo: Jacob Snavely. From: Chango and Co..

A Day at the Beach

Vacation homes were made for bunk rooms. Whether your kiddos want to bring a friend or you're trying to corral a gaggle of cousins, bunk beds give each child his or her own space. This beach bungalow's all-American style mixes confident stripes with shiplap walls and a brilliant white color scheme. A wavy red, white and blue area rug brings a touch of the ocean underfoot, while the rope ladder will have kids hollering "Ahoy, matey" as they head off to bed.

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Photo: Nick Johnson. From: Jay Corder.

Make Room for Fun

Maximizing space is the number one advantage to bunk beds. They double the amount of kids that can sleep in a room without taking up any extra floor space. The bunk room in this lakeside hideaway is designed as the ultimate hangout, complete with a shuffleboard table and oversized cushy sectional for relaxing and watching TV.

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Photo: Nick Johnson. From: Jay Corder.

Tucked Away

Constructed from reclaimed wood, each bunk has its own reading light and shelf at the head of the bed for stowing books and other nighttime necessities. Tactile fabrics — quilted, herringbone and faux fur — ensure a cozy place to rest after a day of adventures.

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Photo: Sean Litchfield Photography. From: Chango and Co..

Calm Out of Chaos

Kids' rooms can easily become visually chaotic. Even with the sporadic wall of triangles and graphic bedding, this room's limited color palette lends serenity. Vintage model planes are hung from the ceiling for a playful touch. The pair of bunk beds flank the window and are pushed back against the walls to expand the play space.

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