19 Dreamy Bunk Rooms by Scouted Designers

Once reserved exclusively for the younger set, bunk beds have been reenvisioned as a practical, space-saving choice. This collection of custom-designed bunk rooms by scouted designers offers boundless inspiration and are an enticing option for the young and the young at heart. Click on the links to see more of each designer’s work, and to find a scouted design professional in your area, browse The Scout Guide Directory.

Photography by Laurey Glenn for Southern Living.

The neutral safari theme complete with tribal patterned drapes creates serene privacy in this bunk room designed by Heather Chadduck Hillegas in Birmingham, Alabama. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Alise O’Brien Photography.

Designed by Amy Studebaker Design in Saint Louis, Missouri, intricate white framing creates an elegant sanctuary. See the rest of the project here.

Photo styling by Melanie McKinley. Photography by Stephen Karlisch.

A soothing sage green palette and gathering area make this space created by Tori Rubinson Interiors in Fort Worth, Texas, a house guest’s dream.

Photography courtesy of Marie Flanigan.

Designed by Marie Flanigan Interiors in Houston, Texas, these built-in, shiplap bunk beds create restful nooks. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Audrey Hall.

Full-sized beds with accessible stairs created by Barbara Gisel Design in Haverford, Pennsylvania, take these bunks to the next level. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Emery Davis.

Beckley Design Studio created a flexible sleep and play space in this Forth Worth, Texas, home.  See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Costa Christ Media.

This charming bedroom designed by Shawna Kuykendall Interiors in Dallas, Texas, puts a modern spin on classic bunk beds. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Cate Black.

A soothing grey color palette by Butter Lutz Interiors in Austin, Texas, creates the ideal nook for sleeping or stealing away for a reading session.

Photography by Jeremiah Hilman.

Little Rock, Arkansas-based designer Katie Grace Designs, maximizes space to create a bunk room with eight beds in this Seaside, Florida, vacation home. See the rest of the project here.

bunk bedsPhotography by Chelsea Davis with Chelsea Davis Photography.

A set of over/under bunk beds in this bunk room by 13Thirty Designs in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, maximizes sleeping options.

Photography by Andrea Calo.

Urbaine Home, based in Bozeman, Montana, utilized light wood accents and stark white bedding to create a breezy, modern look in this Cabo San Lucas home. 

Photography by Gabriella Santos.

The L-shaped bunk beds designed by Jill Self of Sticks and Stones in Park City, Utah, exude masculine vibes. See the rest of the project here.

Project collaboration with James Design Company. Photography by Brittany Godbee.

Brooke Chamblee Interiors in Fairhope, Alabama, incorporates just the right pop of color with teal and blue accent pillows in this sleek, utilitarian bunk room. See the rest of the project here.

Photography courtesy of Jacque Stireman Design.

Rustic, dark wood-framed beds, designed by Jacque Stireman Designs in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, hit all the right ski-lodge notes. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by Stefanie Rawlinson.

This dreamy room by Lindsey Black Interiors in Memphis, Tennessee, has all the elements of a child’s secret haven. See the rest of the project here.

Built by Alexandra Fine Homes. Photography by Addison Jones Photography.

This space by Laura Yeager Smith Home and Design in Hudson, Ohio, illustrates that bunk rooms can have serious grown-up appeal.

Photography by Michael Brandt.

A child’s tree fort gets a marvelous upgrade with these wooden boxed bunk beds by Kristin Dittmar Design in Aspen, Colorado. See the rest of the project here.

Photography by David O. Marlow.

Leather braided handrails are the perfect touch to these colorful nooks created by Doug Greiwe Interiors in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Photography courtesy of Nana Winters.

Expert millwork takes these royal bunk beds created by Nana Winters in Fayetteville, Arkansas, over the top.

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