The vaulted ceilings, exposed wood beams and light-filled windows give this kids' room from the 2014 HGTV Dream Home a treehouse feel. The stacked bunk beds can sleep four.
Christmas Scent in a Jar Pour contents into saucepan on stovetop and simmer on low heat, add water as needed. Refrigerate to keep fresh. Items needed: 1 pint jar, 2 lemon wedges, 1 lime slice, 2 orange slices, 3 cinnamon sticks, 2-3 Tbsp. whole cloves, 3 bay leaves, small fabric scrap, small piece of twine/jute/ribbon.
2012 | Rosemary Beach | Boys' Bunk Room | Designer: Urban Grace Interiors
I want one!Loft Bed- I love the queen mattress, love all the storage drawers....the only change I would make would be to make the 'banquet' on the lower level a twin mattress- deeper seating w/ all those pillows OR the option of having another bed if needed. Another idea....making the lower area a sleek study desk w/ lots of storage...
Sleepover beds in the attic....You could even do something like this for when your kids are younger and use the 'bedroom' as an awesome play room or something. So it's not just a room full of beds just sitting there most of the time. If you really wanted to the middle beds could be air mattresses and then convert to like desks when not in use, or something.