This bunk bed room may fit a ton of guests to this cabin, but it also has a cozy feel thanks to functional built-ins and wrought-iron railing. Instead of traditional twin- size bunk beds, the homeowners decided to build six queen-size versions. The room also contains two twin beds, bringing the sleeping total in this space alone to 14 people. Talk about a slumber party!
The room’s slanted ceilings wouldn’t allow for traditional bunk beds, so the designers—who collaborated with L.A.-based architectural firm Togawa Smith Martin—built twin beds with trundles underneath them. “The spacious window seat can also serve as a fifth bed for a small child,” says Zwickl. With built-in shelves installed against the wall, headboards had to be pushed out to leave room for storage units that could hide pillows and blankets. “They also make good nightstands,” says Wollack.