Twin over full wood bunk bed – Bunk beds are a popular choice for sleeping arrangements in nursery. They are very functional and versatile, allowing for a variety of sleeping configurations. Along with being versatile that they do not take a lot of space in a bedroom. Sometimes, though, design and decor take a back seat when it comes to bunk beds. Add some decorative punch to bunk beds with a few different ideas.
Create a tree house effect for twin over full wood bunk bed. Buy a vertical edge wallpaper print depicting a tree. Install this on wall next to bed. Wallpaper wall behind bed with linen for a natural look. Attach artificial green vines and red apples on rails and frame of bed to create a wood look. Use lengths of floral wire and wrap around stem of apple, leaving a substantial portion of tail to wire on apple and wrap wire around vines on bed.
Mal twin over full wood bunk bed with an animal print. Paint zebra stripes, leopard spots or tiger stripes on bunk bed frame or choose a bright lime green glossy paint. Hang mosquito nets from top bunk, so it hangs like a curtain over opening to bottom bunk. Using a vessel stapler or hook and loop tape to attach mosquito net. Create a draped effect with mosquito nets in ceiling above top bunk, again, use craft stapler or hook and loop tape. Add animal print sheets and pillows for beds. Prop some stuffed monkeys throughout to complete jungle theme.