Bunk beds don't have to be twin size. In this room by Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers, a custom-built bunk unit features double-size beds on the left and what appear to be extra-long twins on the right.
This rustic bunk room by Locati Architects features wooden beds and another feature that will remind guests of sleep-away camp: a trough sink. Placing the lower bunks at floor level makes it possible to fit the upper bunks beneath the eaves.
This home by Wayne Windham Architect is outfitted with a sleek, minimal bunk room. The shiplike feeling is reinforced by marine-style sconces.
This bunk room gets a feminine seaside look from dusty rose bedding and nautical accents. Oars mounted on the sides of the bunks and rope-wrapped supports are clever decorative accents.
Kids of all sizes can sleep in this room with four built-in bunks and a crib by GDC Construction. Tall railings make the bunks extra safe for smaller children.
Bottom bunks can feel dark in some rooms, but not in this nautical space by Stonebreaker Builders & Remodelers. The room features porthole-like windows in each of the bottom bunks.
A small room by Denise Maloney Interior Design is maximized with two bunk beds that meet in a corner. Two square platforms serve as shared bedside tables.
In this soothing bunk room by Pierce Allen, two double beds are placed beneath single beds for an unusual bunk setup.
This sophisticated sleeping space by Kraig Kalashian has the bunk beds built in. A low-slung bottom bunk gives the upper bunk some breathing room, while built-in nooks act as bedside tables.