If you’re in the market for a bunk bed, or just dreaming of a little more room in your child’s room, we’ve scoured the web and pulled together the best of the best in the market!
From low bunks for the littlest dreamers to loft bunks for DIYers, these bunk beds are sure to inspire sweet dreams.
Bunk beds to buy
First time bunk buddies
If you’re searching for a bunk bed for a toddler or preschooler, then this cabin bunk bed ($599) is worth a double look. Compact and contemporary, the bunk is a great space saver too. Plus, the bottom bunk is low to the ground, offering a secure and safe space for your little one to crawl in and out of. Imagine the decorating possibilities…
Set sail for sleepy time
Ahoy! It’s a nautical dream come true for any doting sailor in the house. This Sailor Bunk Bed ($1,847) comes with its own storage area and staircase to the top bunk.
An awesome option for the littlest tandem sleepers, this low-to-the-ground bunk bed ($899) makes for a perfect transition from cot to big bed. Both the top and the bottom bunks come with that ‘cubby house’ feel for extra cosiness and comfort.
Brighten up bedtime
Another good low bed is this adorable My Place bunk bed. In addition to the sleek design, the bunk beds come in a number of funky colours, from orange and lilac to mint and charcoal, perfect for little ones who love a splash of colour.
The bedtime bus
How cute is this double decker bus bunk bed ($699)? Complete with windows, wheels and a draw-it-yourself license plate, kids can hop on board for a new travel adventure every night.
If you’re searching for something a little less mobile and a little more modern, then this Oeuf perch bunk bed ($2299) might be more your style. It doesn’t come with wheels, but it sure looks purty! Plus, it’s got that sleek Scandinavian design that we absolutely love!
Room for one more
Add another dimension to your bunk beds with this clever Calypso bunk bed ($1099). Sure, it may look like an ordinary bunk bed, but it also comes with a trundle bed, making sleepovers a breeze. Or, providing you with a perfect place to rest your head when your child refuses to fall asleep unless you’re lying next to him.
Bunk beds to build yourself
House of dreams
Buying a bed is the easy option. If you’re looking for a challenge and you’ve got that DIY gene built in, then why not craft a tree house bed for your sleeping sweethearts? Sure, it’s a bit tricky. But, hey, it could be doable…
For the farming enthusiasts in the house, we couldn’t look past this classic John Deere bunk bed. That’s one way to load them into bed!
Drift off to LEGO Land
Or, you may want to release their love for LEGO with this brick-inspired built-in bunk bed quattro.
Of course, if you like the look of built-in bunk beds, then these four ocean-inspired pods are sure to add a bit of adventure to their nights. You may need to call in the architect for this one though.
Three kids. One room. Easily done with these cute hammock-like bunk beds. Technically they are not straight on top of one another, but hey, they overlap slightly. So they count.
Image via The Bumper Crop
Three of a kind
If you are a fan of the simple design, these three-to-a-room wooden beds are also worth replicating. Add a little shelf on the wall next to each bunk and you’ve got the perfect little reading nook too.
Yacht to be sleeping
We’ll end with this divine specimen of a bunk bed, which also doubles as your own personal yacht.
Sail into sweet dreams, indeed.
Well, that about wraps up our trip down bunk bed lane. For more bedtime inspiration, have a look at our favourite cots and bassinets.