To bunk or not to bunk? I've been asking myself that question for a while now. With 3 kids and little space it does seem to be the perfect solution. So I began searching for the perfect one. Take a look at what I found. And keep posted to find out what I decide to do.
Above, the Austin bunk bed is available in different color combinations. I'm loving the pink but I don't think my boys will.
The no nonsense design of the Norddal bunk makes it an easy to fit for any space. When the kids start asking for their own room the beds can be divided into separate twin beds.
Nurseryworks Duet bunk bed had lots of cubbies to store trinkets, toys and blankets. When you're ready to separate the bunks the cubbies become their own shelving unit. I also like that the ladder is mounted flush with the bed, taking up no floor space.
The Uffizi bunk is made from sustainable wood and can covert to a loft bed with a youth desk underneath.
Originally, our master bed and bathroom renovation did not include the kids' room but like with most projects, things do change. Hence, the bunk search. If all goes well and the floors dry by the weekend we can start moving back to our rooms. I'll keep you posted on how we redecorate the children's area.