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Hey guys!
Wanted to share a bit about our girls’ sister bedroom with double bunk beds!  You know what’s funny?  We moved into this home for more space, including bedrooms for each of our kiddos…but they want to share with each other instead!  For awhile, there were two iron beds in here, but then another sis wanted to sleep over, so we added a spare mattress on the floor…just to make sure three to a room was going to work before making any big furniture changes.  ๐Ÿ˜‰  After a few months of floor-sleeping, my daughter politely asked for her own bed (๐Ÿ˜‚), and it was time make this shared room sitch more permanent!  Double bunks to the rescue!

These bunk beds are just adorable in person!!  They have such a sweet, cottage-y design, and I loved the short overall height since two of my littles are still quite little.  Baby girl isn’t quite ready to sleep in here with her three big sisters, but she does play in here, and I liked the shorter height for that reason.  The shorter overall height of these bunks does result in a bit less head room when sitting on the lower bunk, but for us that was less important than height and design!

We chose these specific bunk beds for two reasons:
1 – Inexpensive alternative to the ones from Pottery Barn that I realllllllly loved [HERE].
2 – Lower overall height kept the room from feeling completely dwarfed by so much furniture.

Because bunk beds can for sure scream “CHILD’S ROOM,” I wanted to sort of grow up the rest of the decor a little bit to balance everything out.  A little modern design mixed in with the cottage kiddo vibe, and we’re set!  Sleek rug in muted, kid-friendly colors, simple bedding and textured fabrics, uncluttered surfaces (for at least five minutes for these pictures…๐Ÿ˜‚), plus a little scalloped DIY table for fun!


Woven bag from my Painted Fox Home collection [HERE]!!

Our four little women have my heart, and now they have a sleeping space made just for sister sleepovers!  I love the idea of them all being together at night for whispers, giggles and snuggles, and I guess they knew better when it came to the plan for this home….shared bedroom it is!  ๐Ÿ˜‰  I hope they make memories that will last a lifetime in here….

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  1. Diana E. says:

    It is so cute! I didn’t see anywhere on what the wall color is and I love it

  2. Brooke says:

    Love their room!! Do you remember where the comforter/duvet covers are from?

  3. Christina says:

    Can you do a tour of how you organize and manage the girls clothes….. I have three girls and the closet situation is a nightmare… any tips or tricks??

    • Erin | Cotton Stem says:

      Ours is a nightmare right now as well, so if you figure it out before me, let me know – ha!! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. Erin Pierce says:

    Beautiful !
    My own 4 little ladies are a tad older, but they still end up at least three in a room together. I keep saying Iโ€™m just gonna bunk them all in one room and make another room their dressing room, as I know some other moms of four girls have done. Then the other rooms are for mom and dad ! Did you do something similar?

  5. Piper says:

    So sweet! Love how your little women want to bunk together ๐Ÿ’•

  6. Terrie says:

    Where did you purchase the drapes? Room is too cute ๐Ÿ˜Š thanks in advance!


  7. Linda says:

    What is the source for the bunk beds? Also, where did you find the rug? The room is so sweet.

  8. Linda says:

    Sweet room! Where did you find the bunk beds and rug?

  9. Emily L says:

    How old will your littlest be when you move her into the bunk room? Debating when i can do that with my girls.. i loooove this set!

  10. Brenda says:

    would you link the comforter sets you used on the bunks! They look so nice!

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