5 Bunk Bed Ideas for Double the Fun
These 5 bunk bedrooms from Coldwell Banker listings are double the trouble, double the fun!
Bunk beds are no longer just the accommodations of summer camp. Bunk beds are making a comeback in a big way. Whether they serve as space for sleepovers, or make extra room for guests in your second home, bunk beds can be a fun way to add sleeping space to any home. These 5 stacked bedrooms from Coldwell Banker listings are double the trouble, double the fun!
This Eagle Pines Log House would make any cowboy or cowgirl feel right at home. The rustic wooden ladders and stenciled alpine trees in the guard rails give this kids bedroom rustic charm. The property is listed with Carrie Wells at Coldwell Banker Mason & Morse, Carrie Wells.
Make a smaller room big enough for a whole crowd with built-in bunk beds like the ones in this Miramar, FL home. The property is listed by John Cook with Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate.
In this spacious bedroom with built-in bunk beds, each guest has their own space, cordoned off with checkered curtains. You can create a fun room that offers privacy, while still feeling like a part of the slumber party. This Woody Creek, CO property is listed by Brian Hazen with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse.
In urban homes like this Boston, MA property listed by Michael Harper with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, adding bunk beds can leave space for dressers and other storage.
Make room for a sitting area and extra storage by lining one wall with bunk beds. They can even share the same ladder to consolidate space. The Ponds House in Aspen, CO is listed by Carrie Wells with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse.
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