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7 Rustic Bunk Rooms We Love

Whether your mountain home is a forever abode or a vacation destination, chances are you’re going to want to share your space with visitors. Rooms with multiple bunk beds are becoming a staple in mountain homes—spots for children and guests to cozy up, summer-camp style—and that means they’ve got to not only look inviting, but also optimize space and comfort.

These warm, cozy, tree-inspired rooms pack some serious rustic style while sleeping a crowd.

Photo by Rett Peek

Two beautiful, poplar-bark bunk beds, finished in Aspen-inspired Antique White, add to the light and airy ambiance of this bunk room, designed by Heather Chadduck Interiors.


This log cabin bunk room, designed by Laurie Waterhouse Interiors in Jackson, Wyoming, boasts three bunk beds—all with twin-over-full accommodations—offering plenty of room for lucky guests. 


A mountain retreat in Vail, Colorado, features a cozy bunk room with patriotic flavor. Designed by Elizabeth Basso Interior Design, the space is a light-filled, welcome retreat from a day on the slopes.


The designers at Weiss & Wirth created this custom bunk bed for a room at the ultimate mountain hideaway in Snowmass Village, Colorado. This bed features built-in shelves to display childhood treasures and drawers below for ample storage.


Barbara Baker of One Room at Time designed this delightful Iron House cabin bunk room with a playful cowboy theme. Convenient drawers on each bunk bed optimize storage and keep toys and clutter at bay.


Serenity was the order of the day for this Aspen bunk room, created by Home Interiors by Cortney McDougal. Two Natural finish bunk beds are dressed in breezy neutral fabrics, invoking a spa-like feel.


A subtle Whitewash wood finish on these two bunk beds complements the room’s vintage rug and furnishings, perfecting that cowboy-chic, rustic ranch vibe. Designed by Ginger Barber Interior Design, this room is ready for a vacation getaway.

Cathy Costantini is co-founder of La Lune Collection, a furniture company specializing in unique, handcrafted rustic designs. Contact La Lune Collection at 414.263.5300.

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