Bunk beds are perfect space savers. With a little imagination, you can utilize every possible corner to make it not just functional, but decorative as well. I’ve gathered a couple of inspirations online featuring bunk beds that are used creatively. Take a look:
Consider the theme of the room. For little girls, pink and floral accents are a favorite while young boys usually like blue, green and sporty stuff. Add spunk and fun to your children’s room with these playful ideas. Aside from a ladder, you may incorporate a mini-slide for going down.
For big families, wood bunk beds
are ideal for maximizing space. You can combine up to 4 bunks adjacent the wall to free up more flooring space in the room. You can even use the extra bottom space for storage by including pull-out drawers.
If you don’t have to share the room with anyone, the bunk style is still great to make do with a small room. I love this idea of using the bottom space not as a bed but as additional storage and work station simply by adding compartments, storage boxes, and a work table.
If you usually need to accommodate a number of guests in your home, you can make the most out of the guest room by using a double deck bed instead of just one.
Is there unused space in the living room? Why not add a discreet sleeping area for a guest or two? Conceal the area by adding a curtain such as this one:
These beds are not just made for two. Notice the pull-out bed near the floor.
And who say’s bunk beds are only for kids? Not all, right? And if you’re not so keen on using the usual bunky board
ladder, you can actually use stairs that double as drawers. Very creative!
Do you use a bunk bed or a regular bed?
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