Bunk beds are usually a great compromise. They allow us to save a lot of floor space and, even though they don’t offer much freedom in terms of design and other elements, they’re the best choice for certain types of layouts and spaces. But simply having a bed in a corner of the room doesn’t really qualify it from a conceptual point of view.

Compact bunk beds come in a variety of different designs. They can all share in common one thing: they feature a lower bed which can either be a regular one or a closet unit. It’s one more way in which the design can be customized.

The upper bed can either be hidden under a platform or can be raised so that the room can be used as a home office or a guest room.

The design doesn’t necessarily have to be complicated. For example, this beds has a clever storage compartment at the bottom and this makes it perfect for storing and displaying toys.

A minimalist bunk bed can also be a practical option for the kids’ room. It allows them to save space, to be more organized and to keep their toys, books and other things that usually take up space on the floor.

In the case of a bunk bed it’s a design that works well both for kids and adults. A traditional bunk bed is the preferred choice for small bedrooms or for vacation homes.

A safe choice is to hide the bunk bed inside a wall. This way you hide the bed and the kids remain safe inside the wall, not exposed like in cases of traditional or vintage interiors.

There are various designs that could possibly go hand in hand with a bunk bed. However, not all are safe choices. For example, this design seems to be quite radical. It’s one of the most unconventional ones we’ve come across.

Although it has a hatch, the bed is not meant to be sacntial in any way. Sure, the space under the bed can be sued for storage but that would only be a practical idea. The hatch is merely a design feature.

Another example of a bunk bed with a hatch. The bed is very low and, in this case, it’s suggested that the space underneath the bed can be used for storage.

This is a somewhat similar design. The difference is that this design includes a regular closet. The bed here is hidden under the ceiling. The small closet is placed against the wall and the space underneath it is generally used for storage.