Trees are the perfect choice for a child’s bedroom in a log or timber home. They can be used just for decoration or function as a cool way to climb into bunk beds. Note the corrugated tin ceiling and the clever built-in cubbyholes at the head of each bed in the righthand photo.
What child doesn’t want to enter his or her bedroom via a slide from the hallway? When everyone is tucked in, the slide can be raised with a rope pulley system. For additional fun, there’s a plank and rope bridge above the slide.
Older kids and teens will enjoy having their beds tucked into a cozy loft. The beds fit perfectly among
the beams, wood-planked walls, and stone of the chimney.
The blue walls of this sophisticated teen’s bedroom reflect the sky seen through the french doors and contrast nicely with the wood beams in the ceiling.
All children love bunk beds. Four kids can share this bedroom but each is given a bit of privacy with the walls between the bunks. Ladders and plenty of storage were built into the beds.
created in the loft above the double bed. The space is small but given plenty of air with the metal mesh railing.
The children sharing this bedroom have the luxury of double bunks. Note the corrugated wall and reclaimed wood trough-style sink at the right. There will be no waiting for a turn at brushing their teeth!
Just for fun, the homeowners installed a train track around the ceiling complete with scenic backdrop in this cute bedroom.