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Get super creative with this design. Build upwards and include rope bridges, ladders and of course a pirate ship bed. You can even build a small jail that can be incorporated into a reading nook for them. The possibilities are truly endless with this design!

Get super creative with this design. Build upwards and include rope bridges, ladders and of course a pirate ship bed. You can even build a small jail that can be incorporated into a reading nook for them. The possibilities are truly endless with this design!

Cobblewood Castle

Cobblewood Castle

Six Week Challenge–Week 2: DIY Built-In Bunkbeds for Around $700

One Room Challenge: Week 2

We’re so excited to share how the shared room for our daughters progressed in just one week! As soon as we hit publish on last week’s ORC (One Room Challenge) post, we headed straight to Lowe’s to pick up supplies and get started on the largest project in

No idea how this could be achieved by the average Heather, but this would be freaking sweet.

(Narnia or not. How awesome would this be as a kid!) Wardrobe Passage to Hidden Narnia-Themed Playroom. Secret rooms are the BEST!

This is better suited for older children, but if you want to incorporate your child’s favourite outside hobby into their bedroom, why not build a small climbing wall, or a traversing wall in their bedroom. Again, you do not need a lot of space for this, and you can create feature wall, but a practical one. You can make this as elaborate, or as simple as you like, but whatever you do, your child will absolutely love it!

This is better suited for older children, but if you want to incorporate your child’s favourite outside hobby into their bedroom, why not build a small climbing wall, or a traversing wall in their bedroom. Again, you do not need a lot of space for this, and you can create feature wall, but a practical one. You can make this as elaborate, or as simple as you like, but whatever you do, your child will absolutely love it!

This one would take a little bit more creativity, but will be well worth it in the end, and is a really good use of space if your child has a slightly smaller bedroom with limited space. Because treehouses are meant to be small and cosy, and up high, you do not need a lot of ground area, instead you need to think about building upwards.

This one would take a little bit more creativity, but will be well worth it in the end, and is a really good use of space if your child has a slightly smaller bedroom with limited space. Because treehouses are meant to be small and cosy, and up high, you do not need a lot of ground area, instead you need to think about building upwards.

the link isn't bad, but this first room pictured seems pretty cool with the loft bed and shelves in the steps. I like how it looks

Cool Bedroom Ideas - 12 Boy Rooms

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