Nothing predicts a fun time when you are little, like a sleepover with your friends in a bunk room. Everyone has their own space, but they also are all together. What is lost in sleep is more than made up in good times. Basements make great bunk rooms, but so do attics and children’s bedrooms. We design built-in bunks as well as bunk rooms that accept off-the-shelf bunks.
We put bunk beds in our son’s bedroom when he was little. He then physically outgrew them, and we replaced the bunks with a queen-sized bed. If you have a dedicated bunk room, the bunks can continue their usefulness with nieces and nephews as well as, eventually, grandchildren.
Photos by Rob Karosis Curated Brochure by Crisp Architects: Portfolio