16 loft bed Farmhouse Kids Design Photos

Magnolia Homes
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The Farmhouse
Ideabooks7,171
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bunk wall dimensions as well as bed slabs.
beds built from plumbing pipe and wood
Love the look and the architecture of the beds, but would never put beds this close together!
Great loft bed construction idea. I like the industrial vibe, and the simplicity of the stairs, rails, and lighting.
good idea for beds in loft
single bunk room on the main floor. Joanna had the beds built from plumbing pipe and wood, for an industrial farmhouse feeling.
All four children enjoy spending time together, so they share a single bunk room on the main floor. Joanna had the beds built from plumbing pipe and wood, for an industrial
end up having more visitors than beds, consider transforming a spare room into a bunk room so as many as possible can sleep in one space. If you need to keep some of the room available (such as for an office), two sets of bunks along one wall will give you four beds and still leave space on the opposite
“BOYS” — ppica043
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
River Road Cottage
Ideabooks20,328
Questions6
Bedroom with built-in beds and book nooks - Interior renovation
why are there two beds in the same room?
Love the room just wondering why there are to beds in the same room.
Where can I find plans to make a built- in bed like this one?
how do you make the beds?
Making beds is a pain. You need to lift mattresses enough to get linens on. 2 people make the task easier. Form clearly over function.
These beds were custom designed for the space which they occupy. All the details would change
Love this concept. I have a large room with 2 sets of bunk beds in our beach house. What are the approx dimensions of this room? Do you have more photos that would show where the door is and closet?
Private space for two beds in a limited space...nicely done!
“Guest room” — fkness
Sullivan Building & Design Group
7 Reviews
River Road Cottage
Ideabooks3,940
Questions2
Bedroom with built in beds and book nooks - Interior renovation
Hi , I love this bed room but what height are the beds
a box? Better design would be to lower the edge to expose the mattress, more comfortable and easier to change bedding.
The trundle bed on the right are about 15" high each. The other bed is about 18" high
Fun bunkies for a loft area
built in shelves, beds & wall to wall windows.
Smart design keeps the two single beds in this space connected but separate. Each has a carefully placed light that won't interfere with a roommate's slumber.See more of this renovated cottage
“windows” — lorrisjs
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Tiny House
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The children’s room has two bunk beds as well as a full bed for guests. A pull-out closet makes maximum use of the narrow space near the bunk beds. Photo by Lincoln Barbour.
love the bunk beds. Where are they from?
The bunk beds along with the pullout closet is exactly what I need for my daughters room.
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
built in storage (pulls out?) at foot of bunk beds
That hidden storage unit at the foot of the beds makes the area seem very big.
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout closet and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids' minimalist room.
Two bunk beds with built-in storage, a pullout wardrobe and a full guest bed (not shown) make up the kids’ minimalist room.
“don't need a lot of space for these built ins” — jenniferpeace
Julie Ranee Photography
loft
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Sarah! I do homeschool my children. Each day is a new adventure with them, and I feel truly blessed to have this opportunity. This photo is of the loft area in our house which is where we do most of our schoolwork. Let me know if you have any questions. Julie
Finally kids need a place to do their work. This is a lovely loft dedicated for study, but not everyone has that luxury of space. Just think where it will work for your children to study. At the kitchen table? On the
... the loft, a dedicated space where the children are home-schooled. "I like that we have the loft now to store and organize our school supplies. It is nice to be able to 'leave' school upstairs while we go down and take a lunch break. When designing the house, we chose to use attic trusses, which allowed
“art play” — salon de ming
Renew Properties
Dogwood - Lake Lanier
Ideabooks473
Questions0
The paint color, the placement of the furniture and bedding.
3 big bed and smaller bunks
three beds fit and the color and how big it is
blue and white bedding
loft bedroom...Bunk beds...layout, bed sizes...Lots of beds
“Attic.” — retuckerinc
Crisp Architects
44 Reviews
Artist Home
Ideabooks9,779
Questions7
My perfect bedroom....except King bed, not twins
loft cabinets...built in for loft...Bed and books...twin beds
“This is a good illustration of the shelves flanking the window and the storage at the base. No seat” — cruz interiors inc
Amy Renea
Spring 2012
Ideabooks3,083
Questions3
love the spindle beds and chair
Tile on floor. Fabric on beds
cute twin beds/ flooring
great beds, adirondack chairs
like grandmas bunk beds
Bed in front of window
flooring, beds...Bed positioning...twin beds
“like the ceiling heigh and closets in dormers” — tommy2
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