Bunk bed designs have advanced mightily since the days of utilitarian barracks-style bunks. Even day beds have evolved. Now you’ll find high-style bunks and daybeds fashionable enough to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with even the classiest of beds. Scroll through Rosenberry Rooms‘ Bunk Bed and Daybed Collections to discover just how appealing these alternative beds have become.
There was a time when feminine bunks were inconceivable. That’s changed. Girls’ bunks like the Sweetheart Iron Bunk comes all dolled up in hearts, high posts, and 30 potential finishes. Made of wood and just as expressive with 20 finishes, the Sweetie Pie Bunk wraps rose appliques, carved flourishes, and a suggestion of vintage into one package to wow even the most finicky princess. Both bunks include optional sleepover trundles that pull the designs completely together.
A team player that doesn’t discriminate, the full-over-full bunk in Mix & Match becomes as appealing to boys as to girls when you can choose finishes ranging from rich woods to bright pastels. This state-of-the-art bunk stands ready to provide sleep space aplenty for growing kids. Dramatic impact is further achieved with under-bed storage or trundle.
Bunks have even gone mod. Check out the two-toned Duet Bunk overflowing with contemporary chic. This avant-garde rendition comes with cool cubbies between bunks and low-profile under-bed storage drawers or trundle.
Loft beds are another fun take on the bunk theme especially when, like the My Place Loft in Full, they come with optional coordinated pieces like the desk and hutch. Add a twin or full bed underneath and you’ve got the space-saving benefit of stacked bedding along with a fresh twist in presentation.
Gone is the time of daybeds from granny’s attic. Today’s day beds blend the charm of antiquity with contemporary aesthetics to delight practically everyone. How about the contemporary Malibu Day Bed With Canopy in your choice of eight colors? It’s just right for a little girl who’s outgrown her crib but still needs the security of a three-sided design. The My Style Daybed has a decided edge over Victorian styling with sleigh bed motif, under bed storage drawer, and pull out cushioned ottomans. The Malibu and My Style are both historically inspired, fetchingly feminine, and refreshingly up-to-date.
No longer just for girls, daybeds come in styles to please boys, too. The French Daybed, for example, goes from continental masculinity to springtime femininity depending on the finish. It also comes complete with space-saving pop-up trundle. The 2nd Nature Daybed is boy-friendly with optional safety rails are available for toddlers fresh out of the crib. Under-bed twin space-saver, pull out trundle, or captain’s storage unit, come together to make this daybed is as practical as it is handsome. The Tropical Paradise Daybed is tastefully masculine with raffia upholstery secured by distressed nail heads.
These are but a few of many bunk and daybed styles you can put to work in kids rooms to create floor space, add overnight accommodations, make doubling up fun, increase storage, provide seating, and make a distinctive style statement — all with one bed! Visit Rosenberry Rooms for even more ideas and put the concept of boring bunks and outdated daybeds down for the night.