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Built-In Bunks Bunk beds aren’t the only option for sleeping multiple kids on one room. Built-in beds in a row can take advantage of an otherwise awkward space in the eaves. Encourage your children to personalize their bed nooks.

Beige and Orange

put built in bunk beds in the basement for guests! Reading nook too!

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Beach house features a boys' bedroom filled with row of white built-in beds fitted with storage drawers dressed in white and blue striped bedding and pillows lining a single gray wall illuminated by white nautical wall sconces.

Painted stair risers by Erin Paige Pitts Interiors, different shades of blue on the risers. The white rope hooks great for a beach house.

Painted stair risers by Erin Paige Pitts Interiors, different shades of blue on the risers. The white rope hooks great for a beach house.

Bunk room in attic: wrong colors, but setting beds into corners/eaves is good idea.

put a pull curtain around the double bed on cleats like the dressing room - Cool idea for a bunk room to give a little privacy. We need to do this in our family cabin loft

tropical kids by Denise Maloney Interior Design

It is ideal to have enough space so each of your child has its own bedroom. But what if you have just one bedroom and four kids? The best way out is opting for bunk beds that will accomodate all of your kids plus will help solving space issues.

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Children's Bedrooms: Sharing Space

I like the idea of a light in each bed. I also saw some bookshelves countersunk into the wall for each bed that was pretty neat. I like the built ins and also the idea of a bookcase at the foot of the bunk bed.

Coastal chic shingle-style gambrel home in sunny Florida

Coastal chic shingle-style gambrel home in sunny Florida

Shingle Style Gambrel Beach House-What a fun bunk room! Floors and walls are unfinished White Oak with a custom whitewashed finish.

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