Kids Bunk RoomTraditional Kids, Tampa

Example of a classic gender-neutral medium tone wood floor kids' room design in Tampa with blue walls —  Houzz
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    Lo siento, pero es probable muebles a medida. He encontrado un fabricante argentino que hace las camas literas similares que pueden estar juntos.
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      What Houzz contributors are saying:

      The Home Editor: City & Small Space Consulting added this to Bunch Your Bunk Beds in StyleApr 9, 2012

      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.

      Shawn Gauthier added this to Styling Your Bedroom: The Corner Bed Floor PlanDec 12, 2011

      Want to maximize sleeping space in a narrow room? Bunk beds in the corner will do just the trick. More: Put the Bed Up Against the WallCreate a Dramatic Backdrop for Your BedFloat Your Bed for a Great New Look

      Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to Reshape Your Room With ColorNov 26, 2011

      In this room, a ceiling imitating the color of the sky added space and height. Simple prints, cushions, curtains and other accessories add subtle splashes of color.

      Natalie Myers added this to Space Savers: Bunking in StyleMay 19, 2011

      Connect two bunks. An L-shaped bunk-bed configuration is an interesting way to fit even more sleepers in a smaller room.

      The Shabby Nest added this to Keep 'em All Happy: Great Shared SpacesNov 13, 2010

      Got a larger group to sleep? Bunk rooms are popular right now. This crisp nautical theme is sure to please.

      Between Naps on the Porch added this to Great Design for Rooms With Sloped CeilingsOct 20, 2010

      The sky is the limit (sorry, couldn't resist) when it comes to decorating quirky ceilings. This would be an easy and fun design for a child's bedroom or playroom. I think I even know some adults who would enjoy looking up into blue skies and fluffy white clouds.

      What Houzzers are commenting on:

      Ibu added this to lake houseJul 26, 2019

      possible corner designs bunk room

      Lisa Hunt added this to Home OfficeMay 24, 2019

      Bed color goes with theme decor— this is NOT what we have

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