If you grew up sharing a room with a sibling, you’ll understand how important it is to have your own space and privacy. And with limited space, a bunk bed is the best way to make sure you get that. From playhouse lofts to cozy nooks, here’s a list of cool bunk beds you wish you had as a kid.
Adventure for Two
Kids need plenty of rest after a day of fun and games, but that doesn’t mean bedtime can’t be an adventure of its own.
Bunk beds that encourage imagination and play can make the biggest difference in shared spaces. While most kids dread bedtime, this seaside-inspired bunk will have them sailing off to dreamland in no time. The curved bed rails are reminiscent of a ship’s bow, whilst the paddle on the foot of the bed is a nice extra touch. All aboard!
Toy cars and buses come to life with this double-decker bus bunk bed, perfect for toddlers. With engine details at the front of the bed, complete with window wipers and headlights, the little ones are sure to look forward to hopping on the bus come bedtime. Time to take a ride to the land of nod!
Home Sweet Home
Beds that double up as playhouses are every kid’s dream!
This neutral gray bunk bed is the perfect match for a Scandi-style kids’ bedroom. It has clean lines and a minimal design that blends wonderfully with plain walls. The simple structure means plenty of light can go through, keeping the bedroom bright and visually spacious.
Upgrade that pillow and blanket fort with this custom loft bed by Dangerfield Woodcraft. Fitted with stairs and a slide, don’t be surprised if your little ones refuse to leave their room. The floral displays by the window are a lovely touch and can even be customized with flowers of your choice.
With the whole rustic farmhouse aesthetic back in trend, it’s nice to see bunk beds sporting those iconic barn doors. Whether left open or shut closed, this loft bed is a cozy nook made for deep slumbers.
Natural tones for bedroom furniture will always be a timeless classic.
This pirate ship-inspired bunk bed doesn’t just offer plenty of bed space, it also has its own reading nook and shelving system by the side. Unlike typical bunk bed ladders, this one has metal steps installed that offer a nice accent to the wooden finish.
If you ever dreamed of owning a cabin in the woods, this bunk bed for four is a great alternative. The contrast between the greenery and the smooth wooden finish is stunning, exuding the ambiance of Christmas evenings by the fireplace.
The More, The Merrier
Whether for sleepovers or having guests over, extra beds always come in handy.
This shared slide is one kids won’t outgrow any time soon. It’s accessible from either of the two top bunks, allowing for a quick run to the breakfast table in the morning. The recessed shelves are great for keeping bedtime stories within reach.