Bunk RoomBeach Style Kids, Jacksonville

Bunk room for kids and guests created by using Ikea bunk beds painted white to create a built-in look. Light fixtures are custom and are made from old grain spouts. Board and batten adds character and architectural interest to the room.

Example of a large coastal gender-neutral kids' room design in Jacksonville with white walls —  Houzz
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mwscherer wrote:Nov 11, 2012
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    Anne Park
    hi there. curious if you use these beds for everyday use or for a guestroom? we really like what you did with them but when we went to ikea to check the beds out we weren't sure if they are sturdy enough for everyday use.
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    Lauren Leonard Interiors
    We use them for a guest room when my kids aren't climbing on them! So far they have held up well.
Theresa Edison wrote:Oct 2, 2012
  • gmkc
    Did you end up making this bunk bed into a loft? I am looking for two loft beds with this type of set up and instead of the bottom bunk having a desk. I love this layout.
  • smallco
    Are the window treatments custom or did you order them from somewhere?
miathebeast wrote:Nov 10, 2013
  • mabel5833
    Where are these bunks from? Do you know their height?
  • nontoxspot
    These look like the IKEA Mydal bunks for about $159, painted white. The IKEA ones are pine.
laurahp13 wrote:Jan 30, 2013
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    Lauren Leonard Interiors
    Joanne's craft store and I think they are approx. 18"
  • Cara Calabrese
    Do you have any idea how these bunk beds have held up? They do not look very sturdy! Absolutely love the room.
Krista hatcher wrote:Jan 15, 2018
Nancy wrote:Mar 9, 2017
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    Lauren Leonard Interiors

    Hi. The wall color is Benjamin Moore White Heron and yes the walls and bunks are painted the same color.

jbitter wrote:Feb 14, 2015
drbabytooth wrote:Sep 2, 2014
  • msdolcevita

    Does anyone know the answer to this? Would like to do the same and would love to know what color/brand/finish this paint is, thanks!

Melanie Varian wrote:Aug 6, 2013
gmkc wrote:Aug 5, 2013
  • nontoxspot
    I think these look like the IKEA Mydal bunks, if you look at their website under bedrooms, then beds, then bunks & lofts - they have a loft version that looks just like this, but bare pine - you would have to paint it if you wanted white
Katie Groves Interiors wrote:Jul 12, 2013
jennich wrote:Jan 1, 2013
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    Lauren Leonard Interiors
    Thank you! I made them from grain spouts that I picked up at an antique market and had them wired.
Margot Bowers wrote:Sep 1, 2013

    What Houzz contributors are saying:

    Laura Gaskill added this to How to Outfit a Bunk Room That Sleeps a CrowdJul 20, 2016

    Put ready-made bunks end to end. With simple bunk beds (these are from Ikea) painted white and positioned foot to foot, you can make room for a crowd without spending a fortune. Tip: With lots of guests, keeping track of whose stuffed animals and socks are whose can be next to impossible. To help, provide name-labeled baskets, and stash them under the bunks for safekeeping.

    Laura Gaskill added this to Beat the Midsummer Blahs — 10 Ways to Recharge a Kids' SpaceJul 13, 2013

    1. Get sleepover-ready with multiple bunk beds. You would never guess that the bunks in this gorgeous kids' room are from Ikea, but it's true. Painted white and doubled up, the bunk beds look like a custom piece. And having four beds means there is no scrambling when your kids want to have friends sleep over.Easy decor: Oversize letters spelling out a word or your child's name are easy and high impact. A simple blue and white color scheme keeps a busy kids' space feel clean, even when stuff is everywhere.

    What Houzzers are commenting on:

    Letty Segura added this to leticiasegurab's IdeasAug 3, 2019

    Todo blanco + accesorios de color

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