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

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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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