Peter Pen roomTraditional Kids, London
We love this bunkbed i's fun and worked perfectly with our idea how should boy's room look like. This "secret" little door was blocked fireplace, we decided to keep it, but now its extra storage or hideaway place
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Begin with a bunkbedCheck out this top bunk: a cosy cabin kids are bound to adore. Windows and door ensure the snug bed doesn’t make the sleeper feel too enclosed or in the dark. A high-ceilinged room’s essential for this construction, but a platform bed could create the same effect in a space with more average dimensions, if a second bed below’s not needed.
Have more funWith freestanding bunks there’s also lots of scope to go for a theme – here there’s a bit of a treehouse thing going on, which also makes a proper den of the top bunk (there may be fights at bedtime over who gets to sleep in this one, so consider your tactics in advance!).There are all sorts of sweet designs out there, from boats to London buses…