Gotta have the bunk! Perhaps George Clinton would find this room a little preppy for his taste, but I think he’d agree it’s bunkedelic. I designed this kids’ room for a Hamptons beach home a few years back and—because it’s fun, summery and patriotic—I thought Independence Day was a good time to share it with you.
Bunk beds are a great solution for a small space and often create opportunities for interesting and efficient storage solutions.
Have a cozy and happy 4th with your friends and family! xo MMK
The nautical cage lights are similar to these at Cape Cod Lanterns and are good and kid-proof.
The canvas floor totes are a great solution for toy storage and things that need to come and go (like beach gear or laundry). I bought these at Home Goods but Pottery Barn has some similar in style.
Because the room needed to be finished for a house tour and was not being lived in yet, I styled the shelves with a mix of my own books and others that I bought at Salvation Army and covered in blue faux-shagreen paper just to give it a little consistency and color.
The rug is flokati and is similar to this one from homedecorators.com.
The bedding is all from Marshall’s and Home Goods. Because of my tight time frame I picked a classic and simple color scheme (navy & white with small hints of red) and stuck with it. You can get away with mixing patterns as long as the hues are the same.
Get a similar, but more tailored, look with the following bedding by Ralph Lauren and a few of these pillows and these pillows too.
I need about 100 of those bunks this weekend. I like that room.mustbe a little difficult making up the top bunk!!