The bedroom is not only a cozy room for your kids for sleeping in. It is also the place where they learn and grow. Thus, it is necessary to create a playful kid’s bedroom to boost their creativity and give them a memorable childhood.
How to create a playful kid’s bedroom then? Kids love colors very much so make sure you give their bedrooms a fun wall color. Bring their favorite color to their rooms through the paint color of the wall. Besides color, don’t forget about the furniture.
The bed is one of the basic necessities for every bedroom, including the kid’s bedrooms. Instead of using an ordinary bed, you should try using a bunk bed for a playful kid’s bedroom. A bunk bed invites your kids to actively move by climbing through the ladder or stairs to get to the upper bed. Best of all, a bunk bed saves space more.
We have gathered some playful kids’ bedroom ideas with bunk beds below to help you to create your own playful kids’ bedroom at home.
1. Kicking Horse Residence by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Kicking Horse Residence by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson is a perfect weekend gathering for kids because it has a cozy and fun kids’ room. A playful kids’ bedroom idea in this house is realized with a built-in bunk bed made of wood. This kids’ room is also inviting thanks to the exposed beams on the ceiling.
Photographers: Nic Lehoux, Matthew Millman, Best Impressions
2. Mylla Hytte by Mork Ulnes Architects
The next playful kids’ bedroom idea with a bunk bed comes from Mylla Hytte by Mork Ulnes Architects. This small cabin has a compact kids’ room interior dominated by the presence of wood. The wooden bunk bed in this kids’ room is space-saving and fun for the kids as well.
Photographer: Bruce Damonte Photography
3. Tech House by Cushing Terrell
The bunk bed in this kids’ bedroom is one of the unique features of the house. Tech House by Cushing Terrell uses a playful kids’ bedroom idea with a bunk bed to give the kids unforgettable childhood. This unique built-in bed is made of wood, inviting the kids to climb the stairs as they see them.
Photography: Cushing Terrell
4. Hudson Valley by GRT Architects
A playful kids’ bedroom with a bunk bed and a mid-century style is also a great idea. Hudson Valley by GRT Architects is a mid-century home that also uses a built-in bunk bed to create a playful kids’ bedroom. You can tell this bedroom is fun because of the colors and wall decoration.
Photographer: Nicole Franzen
5. Widely Open Eyes by Ieva Prunskaite
If you need the inspiration to design a kids’ bedroom for a girl, the playful kids’ bedroom with a bunk bed in Widely Open Eyes by Ieva Prunskaite is worth trying. The built-in bed with the stairs and a wide view in the bedroom is surely fun for your kid. This bunk bed is placed in the corner of the room, leaving more free space in the middle.
Photography: Leonas Garbaciauskas
6. Fairfield Hacienda by MRTN Architects
Here is the playful kids’ bedroom with a bunk bed for the boys. Fairfield Hacienda by MRTN Architects uses a yellow bunk bed to create a playful atmosphere. If they love to play and study on the floor, adding a floor carpet is also a great idea.
Photographer: Peter Bennetts
7. Light and Blue by Tobi Architects
If you live in an apartment, you can try this playful kids’ bedroom with a bunk bed. Light and Blue by Tobi Architects is a modern apartment with a built-bunk bed used for its kids’ bedroom. In order to create a fun atmosphere, this built-in bunk bed is completed with a rope climbing net instead of stairs.
Photography: Tobi Architects