Carpenter Matti Salminen built the bunk beds in this modern home outside Helsinki out of birch, Finland’s most plentiful tree species.
In a tiny family home in Brooklyn, the bunk bed, the Lollipop IN model from Resource Furniture, stows away flush to the wall when not in use.
A modernist cabin in British Columbian ski country is the perfect retreat for a family of outdoor adventurers. The residents, who live in Calgary, frequently entertain, and with 16 beds, bunks, and twin-bed-wide window seats, there is no shortage of places to sleep.
For a family with three young children, Brooklyn-based furniture company Urbangreen devised durable, modern bunk beds. In addition to incorporating two twin-size and two full-size beds into the 240-square-foot room, the designers needed to wedge in two desks and ample storage. The result: a cozy kids' roomcomplete with cubbies, book storage, and a place to do homework.
In the kids’ bunk room of a retreat near Lake Tahoe, designer Maca Huneeus designed walnut beds with built-in storage and fabric headboards, and covered each one in hand-knit blankets by Marcela Rodriguez-Chile.
Built-in bunk beds complement the streamlined wood interior of a vacation home in the Spanish countryside.
In a kid-friendly New Zealand home, the combination bunk bed and playhouse is a whimsical gesture the architect designed specifically for her two daughters.