I’m itching to put bunk beds in the kids’ room at our cabin or in Dempsey’s room at our house!! But as of right now, that’s not in the cards, so I’ll just continue capturing lots of inspo for when the day comes where we can build some cool ones somewhere! There’s just something awesome about bunk beds. Right?! Here are nine of my favorite designs I’ve found on Pinterest. The original sources + lots more bunk bed pictures can be found on my bunkbed Pinterest board here! Do you have a fave? There is so much to love! Thanks for stopping by today 🙂 XO! You May Also Enjoy Fall be Fallin Neon Signs Homework Corner Custom Felt Signs
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Be our guest! 1. Build a bunkbed with a double bed underneath that parents and kids will enjoy. Photo: prettydomesticated/Instagram 2. DIY a welcome wreath so your guests can easily identify their room. Photo: hobbylobby/Instagram 3. Adopt a warm, earthy color palette to make twin beds look more grown-up. Photo: andrewbrownid/Instagram 4. Print and frame a cute sign with your wifi network name and password. Photo: typeset_for_two/Instagram 5. Repurpose existing furniture rather than splurging on all new pieces. Photo: littleglassjarblog/Instagram 6. Add a basket with throw blankets in case your guests get chilly at night. Photo: shoppe_by_ai/Instagram 7. Ensure there is a light source within easy reach of bed. Photo: sapphire_living/Instagram 8. Hang a playful sign above the headboard as wall art. Photo: prettypeachtree/Instagram 9. Opt for a daybed in a space that also functions as a home office. Photo: therusticfarmhouse/Instagram 10. Place an alarm clock on the nightstand to help guests rise and shine. Photo: whiskerrow/Instagram 11. Put together a basket of travel-size toiletries. Photo: expressionsentertainment/Instagram 12. Create a simple dressing area using a floating shelf and mirror. Photo: mirabelles/Instagram 13. And finally, provide a couple of your favorite books for guests to enjoy. Photo: virginia_cheek/Instagram