Remodelaholic | Get This Look: Modern Farmhouse Kids’ Bunk Room

Remodelaholic | Get This Look: Modern Farmhouse Kids’ Bunk Room

From the amazing shiplap bunk beds to the neutral color palette, this modern farmhouse kids’ bunk room proves simple can still be stunning. A cool color palette made up of blue, gray, and white is ideal for boys or girls. Textured throw pillows and boho storage baskets add depth and personality to the room without being too overdone or decorative.

Built-in shelves behind each bed create the perfect area for kids to display their favorite books, toys, and knickknacks. Can’t you just picture the epic slumber party your kids would have in this space?

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This adorable kids’ bunk room is from the farmhouse-style home built by Millhaven Homes and designed by Four Chairs Furniture & Design, featured in the 2018 Utah Valley Parade of Homes. See more of the home tour here, the bathroom here, and the kitchen here. 

See 11 more of our favorite bunk rooms for kids here.

Ready to create an awesome bunk room for your kiddos? Find out how to ‘Get This Look’ with our five design tips and decor shopping picks below.

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How to Style a Cozy Modern Farmhouse Kids’ Room

1. DIY a shiplap wall and add bunk beds

While many of us can’t afford custom built-in bunk beds, you can still achieve a similar look. Start by installing a DIY shiplap wall and then purchase your own bunk beds. If you’re feeling really ambitious, check out these DIY bunk bed tutorials: DIY Industrial Bunk Bed by Cherished Bliss & How to Build a Modern Bunk Bed by Pneumatic Addict.

2. Install wall sconce lights above each bed

Even if your kids’ room has traditional bunk beds as opposed to built-ins, a wall sconce light is a great choice to maximize space. We love the industrial farmhouse feel of these sconces and know your kiddos will appreciate the easy-to-access reading light.

3. Add shelves to display favorite toys and knickknacks

Building a few shelves is a fairly simple task to complete. Plus, they’ll provide the perfect place for kids to display their favorite action figures, books, stuffed animals and more. Check out our round-up of 30+ Tutorials for DIY Shelves for more inspiration and building plans.

4. Create extra seating with a bench and functional storage with baskets

If your space allows, the addition of a bedroom bench is an ideal way to provide some extra seating and storage. Add a few decorative baskets like the pom-pom seagrass basket seen here to help hide clutter and wrangle toys.

5. Find neutral bedding and throw pillows in blues and grays

A neutral color palette provides a foundation to build-on as your kids’ tastes grow and change. Comfy bedding and throw pillows in grays and blues is not only gender-neutral, it’s also adaptable to a variety of characters, themes, and motifs.

Our Modern Farmhouse Kids’ Bunk Room Shopping Picks

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Cassity started Remodelaholic with her husband, Justin, to share their love for knocking out walls together. Since then, Remodelaholic has become a great community and resource for all those wanting to know how to make their builder-grade home BEAUTIFUL on a budget!

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