30 kids bedroom bunk beds Staircase Design Photos

Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
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staircase was closed in with spindles that continued to the second level bedroom all were stained a dark mahogany which i stripped and redid in oak. i am
reading nook for kids or adults to hide and read, no waste of space
tucked-away desk space in a bedroom that won’t affect your sleep, a mini command central in a kitchen, a cozy space for a child’s bed and more. Full story: Carve
Accessible only by ladder, this reading nook is a magical spot where kids or grownups can get lost in a book. And just think how easily this sliver
in built for each kids room
“reading nook” — Sherry Sherman
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Ship's ladder/stair from living room to loft
Ideabooks5,364
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Two story bedroom or rumpus room.
Bunk bed...Girls bedroom loft...Kids loft...COOL! - KIDS LOFT...Fun for kids....For kids space
“Stairway” — laurenwitt
Pierce Design
2 Reviews
West Seattle Skybox Addition
Ideabooks3,906
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as stairs. probably can't do with little kids though. would be for office space to back of master bedroom.
bunk bed steps...sliding door to the bedroom...great idea for your bedroom...Kid room/playroom idea
“Beams” — sgabelein
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Rethink Design Studio
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Sleeping Loft
Ideabooks10,564
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rattan furniture, mid-century painted pieces, and a cool hangout spot for the kids. Wall Color: Super White - Benjamin Moore Floor: Painted 2.5" porch-grade
with emotional connection. Behind the white flowing curtains are built in beds each adorned with a nautical reading light and built-in hideaway niches.
how you did the rope hanging treatment for the drapery panels for the bunk beds? I plan to try this in our home. I would also like photos if they're available
Curtains for EVAN'S bedroom. Pottery Barn curtains with grommets. Using rope to hand them!
“refreshing” — meghanherdrich
kelly mcguill home
8 Reviews
Cape Cod Renovation
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Beadboard, tongue and groove paneling, and blue paint on the floors give the bunk room a coastal, lofty feeling. Typical of Cape Cod homes, this area over
Beadboard, tongue-and-groove panelling and blue paint on the floors give the bunk room a coastal lofty feeling. Typical of Cape Cod homes, this area over the
and my clients call this ‘the flophouse,’” McGuill says. With all of the beds in the flophouse (there are more on the other side of the room), McGuill
“enter into upstairs roof deck” — oceanhouse
Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture
4 Reviews
East Village Studio
Ideabooks17,022
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for small space stairs to a loft bedroom area - rather than a skimpy ladder.
Instead of a dresser. Lift bed up, desk beneath. Dresser in stairs.
If you are going to have stairs leading up to your bed, by all means make them into storage.See the rest of this home
stairs for a raised bunk bed?...Manhattan studio - Step draw to bed
“smart” — charlottecalliauw
Zugai Strudwick Architects
3 Reviews
Zen's House
Ideabooks120K
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is lightened photo frames are good behind bed
Then kids with toys would also be against code to have in your house :)
This is an awesome idea. With so many kids in my house and so much school stuff along, it would make for a much more
I do agree with the stairs being left open, day or night. (since when do kids see what's right in front of them, for that matter a grown up) Yes some people
Interesting idea. You could have this as part of an elevated study nook in the kids room.
wonderfully if there is a need to separate and segregate certain items, such as kids’ and adults’ shoes.
“Drawer!!!” — Karen C
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
15 Reviews
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc.
Ideabooks17,364
Questions2
under the stairs or upstairs bunk room
Day bed under stairs...Private space for kids...bed under stairs?
“stairs” — jennyb322
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