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14 Bunk Bed Ideas for Sleepovers

Seeing Double 7

These kids rooms from a range of interior designers show the possibilities of using bunk beds of various styles, sizes, and configurations to create a functional space for building childhood memories that can be as minimalist and practical or whimsical and magical as you like.

Built-In Storage 1

Built-In Storage 1 Bed Room
Built-In Storage Bed Ideas

This freestanding bunk bed set up from Emily Henderson Design sleeps three comfortably, with a top bunk privacy curtain and built-in storage drawers on the bottom to keep clutter at bay.

Geometric 2

Geometric Bed Ideas 2

The bunk beds in this contemporary kids room from interior designer Maite Granda feature a single top bunk and a larger bed on the bottom for extra comfort. The clean lines of the all-white bed allow the graphic wall treatment to shine.

Pink and Gray 3

Pink and Gray 3

Pink and gray bedroom that provides a place for overnight guests while leaving plenty of room for a comfortable double bed below.

Upstairs Bed Ideas 4

Upstairs 4

The top bunk with a fishing net draped over the sloped roof and shark bedding to celebrate the child’s love of fishing.

Nautical 5

Nautical 5

Freestanding bunk beds tucked into the corner of this nautical-themed room from Maite Granda are painted white and disappear into the background, leaving the focus on sailor stripe bedding and illustrated sailboat wallpaper.

Boho Style 6

Boho Style 6

This precious boho style bedroom from Urbanology Designs has powder pink walls and raw plywood built-in bunk beds that are perfect for sleepovers.

Seeing Double 7

Seeing Double 7

is spacious enough for two sets of bunk beds that maximize vertical space and leave plenty of space on the floor for playtime.

Loft Bunk 8

Loft Bunk 8

Australian interior designer Nicole Rosenberg of Liberty Interiors created a free-form bunk bed set-up using a modern loft bed accessible by a ladder, and placing a second bed in the space beneath the loft that gives the main sleeping space a fort-like feel.

Zen Bed Ideas 9

Zen 9

This shared boys room from Cathie Hong Interiors has a minimalist pale wood and white bunk bed that gives each sibling their own space while maintaining the overall zen vibe of the room.

Scandi Style 10

Scandi Style 10

Scandi-inspired feel, with an upper bunk accessible by ladder, and a lower bunk on wheels that functions as a day bed or can be wheeled into place to create an extra place to sleep for overnight guests.

Surf Shack 11

Surf Shack 11

Built-in open shelving fills the rest of the far wall and provides easy access storage for beach towels and room to display favorite objects.

Pink and Green 12

Pink and Green 12

The bunk beds are dressed with matching patterned bedding that is sophisticated enough for older kids, providing a ready made bed for guests or an extra place to hang out.

Theatrical Bed 13

Theatrical 13

Custom built-in bunk beds have an arched opening, soothing sage green paint, and a pleated mustard-colored velvet curtain that provides privacy and a sense of theatricality.

Open Space 14

Open Space 14

In this spacious Berlin kids room from Fantastic Frank, a natural wood bunk bed with an enclosed upper bunk in the corner of the room turns the rest of the space into a vast playroom.

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