Whether in the mountains or near the beach, these sleeping quarters pack in plenty of beds with style
If you’ve ever considered transforming an attic or the space above a garage into a bunkroom, let this collection of 15 stylish and functional spaces inspire you. Check them all out and then let us know in the Comments which one you’d most want to bunk in with your favorite friends and family members.
1. This mountain house near Lake Tahoe, on the California-Nevada border, includes a grand bunkroom whose walls and ceiling are covered in wood paneling painted in Farrow & Ball’s Calke Green. The space, built by the team at Heslin Construction, features four built-in bunk beds.
2. John Kraemer & Sons built a bunkroom for this home in Minnesota’s Brainerd Lakes area. Note the fun plaid carpeting on the floor and the stairs leading to the upper bunks.
3. This children’s bunkroom on Washington’s San Juan Island features eight bunk beds and plenty of integrated storage. The plywood ceiling adds a nice rustic touch. The space was created by NB Design Group.
4. This fresh and airy bunkroom is on Sullivan’s Island, South Carolina. The space, designed by SLC Architect, includes a central staircase leading up to two bunks. Note that the bottom steps of the staircase double as pullout drawers.
Bryan Anthony May 8, 2019
Houzz Editorial Staff; writer, design enthusiast, reader, avid traveler.