Do you have a sibling? Then chances are good you were sleeping in bunk beds for at least part of your childhood. If you were lucky you got the bottom bunk so you didn’t have to climb up every night and climb down every morning. Or if you were lucky you GOT the top bunk because you loved climbing ladders and enjoyed sleeping at low altitudes. Most likely you have fond memories of the bunk bed up until you felt you were too big. I can imagine you’d be able to find popular furniture models that would meet your adult needs.
In any case, you may have a couple of kids of your own now and are thinking about buying or installing bunk beds yourself, DIY bunk beds so to speak, but either way here are some very cool bunk beds even the most jaded kid can get excited over. In fact we have 99 different ideas for you to look over. Bunk beds for girls, bunk beds for boys and some bunk beds that would suit both a boy and a girl. While the kids are enjoying their new bunk bed, why not get them engaged in singing and learning with these videos.
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Great colors and love the oval glass windows in the bunk bed.
Teal color scheme for these beds with stairs instead of ladder.
A bit fancy with the columns, but these bunk beds sleep for lovely children.
Corner bunk beds with lighted headboards and a bookshelf in between.
Very rustic bunk beds for a weekend cabin getaway.
Not quite bunk beds, but still a nice solution for tight sleeping quarters.
6 bunk beds? No this is either a big family or a hotel for kids. 😉
Curtains for privacy. What child would’t love this in their bunk bed.
This bunk bed features a bigger bed on the bottom.
Triple bunk beds isn’t seen often, but it works in this corner nicely.
A bunk bed with a desk for play or study underneath.
I like this futuristic bunk bed setup. Almost from a bad sci fi movie. 😉
Painted areas within each bunk bed section make this even more playful. Added lights make night time reading even more fun.
These bunk beds are a little girl’s dream. Their own home under their bed.
The bottom bunk bed rolls out. Nice idea.
Stairs for storage make this bunk bed idea very functional.
Turn a large closet into bunk bed room for little guests.
WoW Neat Idea