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sleepover room!...i would flip out if i had this as a kid. i probably still would.

Could convert an attic space to this, and of course the over abundance of pillows is required :)

This is a really awesome way for a shared girl's bedroom without taking too much room up in the actual bedroom.

This room is gorgeous sans furniture! Add the big comfy bed? Priceless! the large windows help to brighten the space-but I'm worried about the nighttime. Would it be too dark? I'd love to see two little chairs and a cute end table rather than the couch-but none-the-less this room is beautiful.

love the idea of giving a room more floor space and I like that each bed has it's on reading light, which makes each spot feel special. Fun for siblings to share a space...add some type of sliding drapes to give each spot more privacy and mystery.

I like this french country look....And fleur dis lis are so cool!

In a coastal vacation home, the childrens bunkroom is decorated with a tropical color palette of sunshine yellow, cobalt, lime and tangerine. Each bunk has its own storage basket at the head of the bed and a larger storage basket below. (Photo: Designer: Phillip Sides)

Interesting bunk bed concept: kinda like office cubicles, but for kiddos. 9 by belladina, via Flickr

Amazing Bunk Room for a mountain/lake home or a beach house. The Scarp Ridge Lodge

Another bunk room (this one by Christina Murphy)

The hot pink and white with natural materials immediately reminds me of a fun and cheerful beach house. Great lampshades!