Tufted fabric and adorable buttons add a soft, girly vibe to this all white KURA.
A corner configuration makes fitting three siblings not only possible but very practical. Keep them white to keep the large arrangement from overwhelming the room.
Dressers under the upper bed offer plenty of storage for both kids without taking up another wall in an already tight space.
Give the bunks a home-y feel all their own with a house-themed curtain that can be pulled open or closed for a darkening effect or added privacy.
The organizational force is definitely strong with this one. Pay homage to Star Wars while still staying true to your de-cluttering daydreams with this bookcase/bins bunk bed combo.
Expand their horizons, literally. This tri-level bunk makes three-to-a-room a doable sleeping solution.
When you're decorating a kid's room, it's always best to make temporary changes. This leafy home is just a creative use of hot glue and felt. Brilliant!
Suddenly, a blanket puddled on the floor becomes a moat filled with crocs, and a stuffed dragon becomes a worthy adversary when your room is home to a medieval castle bed.
Chalkboard panels make the bed a canvas. Kids can change up the designs to suit their moods and customize their section of the bunk.
In a room with two bunks, make the lower level of one a fire station. The kids will be so enthralled with the imaginative play place that they won't even care that they're sharing a room.
A sweet little home to call their own is sure to entice kids to snuggle up and finally go. to. bed. Put two side-by-side to create a little neighborhood so your kids can visit each other's "houses."
Sweet dreams are made of this! Seriously, a turret-adorned castle is what lots of kids have on their bedroom wish list.
Add some color and pattern to brighten up the bunk with some vinyl, paint, and stencils.
We all dreamed of napping in the ball pit back in the day. While you might not want kids taking long overnight snoozes in the ball pit, they're bound to nap there a time or two.
Stage the bottom bunk as a little play kitchen for kid #1 while you wait for #2 to outgrow the crib.
Kids can pretend they're going on the ultimate road trip in this VW van bunk. Next stop: The Grand Canyon!
Sometimes it feels like the kids are climbing the walls. With this clever rock wall DIY, they really can.
I love the old school avocado green and poppy orange colors in this bunk's mid-century modern house facade.
Slats create a modern house facade for the upper bunk of this shared bed.
Gray slats and green bedding help make kids want to dream of outdoor journeys.
Simply adding a sheet printed with a skull and crossbones turns any bunk bed into a pirate retreat.
Bins give the bottom bunk a much-needed boost off of the floor. Plus, there's plenty of storage to help a small room stay neat.
Whether you live in an urban jungle or the burbs, this skyline bunk bed will make it easy for kids to dream about exploring busy city streets.
I love the concept of tiny houses, so this slim, minimal house-style bunk bed is giving me all sorts of simple living fantasies.
Perfection is overrated. This purposefully shabby shack is the right proportion of distressed and delightful.
Image/Tutorial: IKEA Hackers
I would have loved having a ball pit in our house as a kid. But where would I put it? Under the upper bunk bed, of course!
When three or more kids share a room, a corner configuration is your best friend. Four sleepers can rest easy, while under-bed bins stash their toys or clothes.
A towering woodsy wall makes for an outdoorsy touch to this KURA combo.
The kids will have fun pretending to sail the seven seas by day and pretending to be lulled to sleep on waves at night in this boat-themed bunk.
Soft copper and pink hues make the panels of this KURA a feminine focal point.
Any Lego-obsessed kid would love to tuck into this creative creation every night.