Looking for great ideas for creating a bunk room? I have great ideas for creating a fun and stylish bunk room.
Welcome! I am so glad that you are here. I always enjoy our time together. Oh my goodness! I am so giddy about this post. As a little girl, my cousins, siblings and I (there were 16 of us) would love spending the night on our grandparents ranch. They had an old ranch house with open bedrooms upstairs. It was filled with mismatched beds. We all loved sleeping up there. We would all talk and giggle until we fell asleep in exhaustion. I loved sleeping in a bed above my grandparents room. I could here my grandpa praying over us, naming each of us by name. These are precious memories for me. I have always dreamed of having a bunk room for my grand babies. We recently bought a lake house where the whole family can share precious moments together and create special memories and traditions. Today, I am sharing How to Create a Fun and Stylish Bunk Room. Come on, I’ll show you.
My Inspiration for the Bunk Room
Isn’t this room gorgeous! It is one of two rooms that are my inspiration. Although my room is very different from this room, there are things about this room that I will adapt to fit my room. I love the shiplap on the walls and I love that the room is bright and airy. I alos love the blue and white of the bedding-it just looks so fresh and inviting.
I love this room as well. I found this pic on Pinterest, but I don’t know it’s origin or I would have given them credit. It’s perfect for a lake house bunk room. Again, it is light and airy with the shiplap and white walls. Notice the two sets of bunk beds. It is the ideal bun room.
There are a lot of things that I like about this room. I love the big windows. I love that it is big enough for two sets of bunk beds. I can already hear the giggle of grand babies in here. The carpet is fine, but it doesn’t have more going on besides that. How do you like the piles of laundry on the floor? At least it is clean. Real life, right?
The Design Plan
I found a throw very similar to this that I will fold at the foot of each of the beds. You can find it here. It is only $24.99. Such a bargain.
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I bought two sets of bunk beds almost identical to these. I love that the ladder is on the side of the bunk so that it doesn’t take up any extra room. I also love that there are large drawers under the beds so that the kids have somewhere to put their things. You can get them here. I also bought these mattresses and mattress pads.
Items that I am Still Looking For
- A vintage dresser.
- A vintage end table.
- Bedding-sheets, comforter and duvet cover.
- Pillow fabric.
- Vintage artwork.
- Bead board.
- Vintage lighting.
- Window shades.
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