Who knew bunkbeds could be so sophisticated? The moldings, thoughtful staircase, and muted colors make this built-in bunkbed wall tres chic. (I lost the photo source on this one…if you know who the designer is, please let me know so I can add the credit!).
The right piece can be the bunk bed that launched a thousand (make believe) ships! I like how this pirate-inspired bunk bed has antique aged brass portholes, but still fits in well with a room’s decor without being too themed. This is also from the collection of wooden bunk beds at BunkBeds.net.
This vintage 1975 bunkbed by Luigi Colani is simply ingenious. The desk feels intimate yet productive, while the chalkboard hides the closet – perfect for small spaces.
And just to put a smile on your face, here’s another repurposed luggage cat bed from the Etsy shop lovenotsalgicwhimsy, but this time in a bunkbed fashion, complete with baseballs for feet. Who says our felines can’t enjoy bunkbed fun too?
When you no longer need bunk beds, what can you do with such a large piece of furniture? Repurpose them into sofas or daybeds, but of course! Designer Deborah Parks took bunkbeds and repurposed them into sofas for her sleeping porch, as seen in the 2010 Decorators’ Showhouse.read more