To be fair, these are cooler than most adult bed designs – both the bunk beds set and the lofted single bed option include contemporary curves, a lovely modern wooden ladder and an overall dynamic-looking, white-painted wooden framework children can also appreciate.
The elevated frame makes for great under-bed storage space in the single-twin variant while the doubled-up design has a low-hanging bottom level but creates free-floating planes at each loft level for a full sense of openness on both the upper and lower bunks and on all sides. Of course, these two bedroom furniture ideas look even more cool in this staged scenes photographed by their makers at Mimondo.
Recessed metal fasteners provide solid structural security as well as edge-free safety, also visually punctuating the clean and curved white framing pieces without looking cheap. Flush mattresses sit just above level with the frame on both levels as well for comfort, but include tuck-in space along the edges for ease of bed-making. All in all, not something I would have minded growing up sleeping in.