10 Best Cabin Bunk Bed Ideas
A cabin is a great gathering place for family and friends, which means lots of beds! Get the maximum sleep capacity with these cabin bunk bed ideas.
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Triple Bunk Beds
A lakeside second home tucked into the woods of northern Wisconsin is a place to be shared. That’s certainly what we had in mind when building the Family Handyman Getaway. These triple bunk beds by Avenue Greene are perfect for making the most out of a small space. The sturdy metal frame, double ladders and guardrails gives the whole gang a safe, cozy place to sleep.
Lake House Cabin Bunk Beds
These bunk beds from @audreysterkdesign feature a twin bed over a full size bed, making them great for kids or adults. The vertical shiplap, polished nickel light fixtures and smooth gray finish give them that beautiful tailored look, fitting for a lake house or modern style cabin. Grab this look-alike gray bunk bed for a store-bought version.
Cozy Farmhouse Bunk Beds
To make bunk beds extra cozy, be sure to use bedding with layers of soft textures, as seen here with these bunk beds from @farmhouseinspo. The farmhouse-style room is full of beautiful architectural details, but the bunk beds make the room extra inviting. Get your traditional wood bunk bed here.
Rustic Cabin Bunk Beds
If you love an extra-rustic log cabin style, you’ll be inspired by these bunk beds by @peacedesign. The all-wood room with buffalo plaid accents is what cabin dreams are made of. For a similar look, check out this handcrafted bunk bed made from pine, red cedar or aspen logs, with a genuine log ladder.
Clubhouse Bunk Beds
A cabin is the perfect place to create a whimsical kids’ hiding space for sleeping and reading. A clubhouse bunk bed that features an enclosed top bunk does just that. This DIY version from @ejdn and this store-bought version provide magical retreats kids will love.
Cabin Bunk Beds for Adults
As we’ve said, bunk beds are not just for kids, as proven by this mountain getaway bunk room by @mareaclarkinteriors. With four full-size beds for maximum guest space and built-in storage for ski boots and coats, your grown-up guests certainly won’t mind these accommodations!
Want to give your adult guests more sleeping room? Check out these queen size bunk beds.
Loft Cabin Bunk Bed
A loft bunk fits well in small bedrooms because it allows a bed, plus a study or reading area, without taking up extra space. If you’re not ready to construct a loft bunk, check out this sleep and study version ready for purchase.
DIY Cabin Bunk Room
This bunk room in the @lakelurecedarhouse vacation rental cabin was formerly part of the garage! The room now can fit multiple guests thanks to the cedar and black built-in bunk beds. We love the decorative cedar triangles which mimic the surrounding mountains. Although nothing beats custom, here is a black bunk bed (with stairs!) you can buy.
Cabin Bunk Bed Nook
For this kids’ room nook by @sandrockhouse, store-bought bunk beds were used (find a similar version here). But because the wood bunk beds blend seamlessly with the DIY wood pallet wall, the beds take on a built-in look. Consider combining ready-made items with DIY elements to get a custom look in your cabin, with less work!
Industrial Cabin Bunk Beds
This cabin bunk room, designed by @sapphiredesignandinteriors, shows how bunk beds increase guest capacity. The dark wood and metal pipe railing bring industrial vibes, but the crisp blue and white bedding offer a layer of tailored coziness.