A bunkbead is tucked into a small room.
Brian Vanden Brink

Why We Love It

This little bunkroom in a vacation house from Coastal Living magazine is tucked under the eaves, with charming nooks for a row of single beds.


The bunkroom has painted floors.
Brian Vanden Brink

What Makes It Work

The space under the eaves, where no adult could fit, is perfect for a child and adds the feeling of security. A little shelf mounted on the wall offers a spot to personalize and a place to keep small toys and books off the floor.


The bunkroom has built in beds and space to store toys.
Brian Vanden Brink

Steal This Idea

The painted floors eliminate the need for a rug and only get better with wear. They also provide a visually soothing background for the inevitable explosion of toys and clothes.
–Lydia Somerville, Senior Editor, MyHomeIdeas.com


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http://www.myhomeideas.com/decorating/design-ideas/childs-room-bunkroom