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15 Beautiful and Space-Saving Bunk Room Ideas

By jentatertots |

Got a cabin? Lots of guests? A summer cottage? Then you you might be considering building a bunk room. My sister built one in her home for her boys,and they love it!

These ideas show you how to dress it up, make it more comfortable and livable, and even choose some distinctive colors! I’ve got 15 inspirational links for you — after the break!

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15 Adorable Bunk Room Ideas

Boys' Bunk Bed and Loft

The modern, clean look of this bunk bed and loft might inspire you to try a different, yet masculine, approach to a boys' room.
Learn more at HGTV

What do you think about bunk rooms? Let us know in the comments!

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Jennifer Hadfield is a DIY and decorating trendsetter and founder of Tatertots and Jello and Refashion Files. She features design inspiration, unique how-to projects, engaging features and more – for millions of DIYers.

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One thought on “15 Beautiful and Space-Saving Bunk Room Ideas

  1. Chi says:

    Only ONE minor change is needed to the above bunks at Aly’s Beach House: ALWAYS feet to feet in a corner where bunks meet; never feet to heads!!!

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