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KIDS ROOM – Image above: “Dean’s bunk beds were a real labor of love. I had come up with the idea of converting that space into bunks and luckily it was the perfect measurements for twin beds. Kellan and I spent a weekend designing and building the bunks together. To finish it off, my dad and Kellan welded a gas pipe ladder and railing. I made some quilts to lay on the foot of the bed out of a retro looking pattern that I loved. Then topped the beds with striped kilim pillows.”
Great bunks. And I love the bedding folded at the foot of the bed. (It is not easy to make bunk beds!) ~ My favorite part is the pipe ladder that doesn't touch the floor. That's rockin'!
I love the tree-house feel of a loft bed and this one is in an inviting, bright space! - Ginn
.great built-in bunks // kids room. Would be a good idea for extra space in basement, especially for sleep overs.
This image is giving me some new ideas. Liking the elevated bed and added storage. The raised surface looks to be 10"-12" inches wider than the mattress.
bunk room, via desire to inspire - Justine Hugh-Jones
Bunk beds at Summer House Skatoy by Filter Arkitekter As.
We could totally do something like this in the guest bedroom. It would give us extra storage and an extra bed for company.
a home in lombardy, italy by the style files, via Flickr- great handcrafted crate-box-cube shelving storage
via miko design: "I went to the 'woonbeurs' in Amsterdam, all the dutch interior magazines built their own inspiration house. This is Vt Wonen house."
This bunkroom in Santa Cruz, California, is the perfect way to sleep extra visitors. The bunks are extra long to accommodate all ages, and varying but complementary bed linens make each bed feel like its own space. (Photo: David Tsay)
Another bunk room (this one by Christina Murphy)
Summerhouse in Denmark / JVA #kids #bunkbeds
bunk bud with the little house next to it great use of the small space ! kids room idea.... Twins??