Get This Look: Neutral Bunk Room

Get This Look: Neutral Bunk Room

Need to sleep a lot of people?? Add a neutral bunk room area for kids or guests and we will walk you through how to recreate this gorgeous room.

Needing more bunk room inspiration? Check out these ideas: 11 Awesome Bunk Rooms, Modern Farmhouse Bunk Room, and more great kid bedroom ideas.

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Builder: Cole West Home – Designer: Salt Box Collective, Olivia Reynolds, Photo by Remodelaholic.

Get This Look: Neutral Bunk Room

Bunk rooms are awesome for sleeping lots of people. And they are so darn cute. We’ve seen a lot of great bunk rooms through different parade homes. This one is so sleek with the black and tan, built-ins, and nice bright white lines. Let us help you set up your own neutral bunk room with our tips for how to get the look.

The room we are featuring is from the Saint George Parade of Homes 2022 Home 15 – Builder: Cole West Home – Designer: Salt Box Collective, Olivia Reynolds, all photos by Remodelaholic.

What is a bunk room?

Before we start decorating, what is a bunk room? It is a room that can sleep multiple people using bunk beds. These can be built-in or free-standing. Bunk rooms are great for housing guests or for children sharing a room.

Bunks usually line one or both walls to utilize the space and provide more sleeping spaces.

How to Decorate a neutral bunk room?

1. Add a Modern Fan

When sleeping multiple people in one area, it can easily get warm! Adding an eye catching modern fan with black blades and a light can help keep the space cool and comfy for guests. Plus, adds a little bit extra light too if you go with a fan and light combo!

2. Built-in Bunks

Built-ins look AMAZING, but you could get away with creating faux built-in bunks or free standing bunks that look, super sleek. We have a couple of options below to help you out in the how to style a bunk room section below.

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Builder: Cole West Home – Designer: Salt Box Collective, Olivia Reynolds, Photo by Remodelaholic.

3. Coordinating Linens

What really gives this room a more modern vibe is the linens. They are coordinating but not exactly they same. No matchy matchy beds here. Instead mix white, black, and tan linens in a variety of ways. The top and bottom bunks use the same colors, but in opposite ways. This also goes for the pillows. Stick with the neutral palette, but mix it up a bit between the top and bottom bunks!

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Builder: Cole West Home – Designer: Salt Box Collective, Olivia Reynolds, Photo by Remodelaholic.

4. Simple Rug for Texture

Add in a rug to warm up the hard floors and add a touch of texture and pattern. Go with a simple striped pattern or other very simple patterned rug. The rug also grounds and centers the room.

5. Add extra seating

If this will be a hang out area as well, add in some comfy seating. These fluffy bean bag chairs really are comfy, fun, and a great place to relax. They face a wall mounted television to provide some entertainment in the bunk room.

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Builder: Cole West Home – Designer: Salt Box Collective, Olivia Reynolds, Photo by Remodelaholic.

How to style a bunk room?

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