October 3, 2022

Bye-bye boring bunk beds. Today’s designs pair practicality with big personality.

Photo credit: Doug Burke

Floating treads lead to a platform accessing the upper bunks of this grown-up Deer Valley bunk room designed by Lynsey Humphrey of Alder & Tweed. The built-in bunks host four queen-size beds.

Photo credit: Doug Burke

By incorporating bunks into these gracious guest quarters, designer Lynsey Humphrey of Alder & Tweed saved space for a built-in entertainment center and comfortable sitting area nearby. Large under-bunk drawers provide storage while refined millwork and elegant finishes give the room a decidedly sophisticated style.

Photo credit: Scott Zimmerman

Bill Cordray of Teerlink Cabinets designed L-shaped built-in bunks for this Deer Valley guestroom. Removable guardrails ease the chore of making the top bunks’ beds. The ladders’ flat rungs ease climbing for adults as well as kids.

Photo by Scott Zimmerman

In Park City, red wallpaper provides a bold backdrop for white bunks designed by Beth Ann Shepherd of Dressed Design. Stairs offer hidden storage and separate stacked bunks. Drawers are built into the bunks’ bases.

Photo by Scott Zimmerman

An antique rug, vintage pillow fabrics and custom built-in bunks crafted by Masterpiece Mill create a warm, welcoming bunk room designed by Anne-Marie Barton.
by: Brad Mee

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