Probably my favorite bunk bed from a design perspective is this modern Perch Bunk Bed from Oeuf ($1590). It is a bit out of my budget, but boy is it pretty to look at!
This Camp Bunk Bed from Pottery Barn Kids ($1499) might be my favorite classic option, and although it comes in three colors, this one is perfect for my boys' shared room.
The Cargo Bunk Bed from The Land of Nod ($1275) has a slanted ladder, which can make it easier to climb to the top bunk and can also be converted into two twin beds.
This twin over twin bunk bed from Amazon ($238) is a very budget-friendly option that still has a classic appearance and can be converted into two twin beds as well.
I love this Camden Low Bunk Bed from Pottery Barn Kids ($1099) for those with smaller spaces or who are afraid to let the "top bunk kid" be too high up. It is a great, simple design as well.
What little boys wouldn't love to sleep in a car bunk bed? There are also other vehicle options like this Dune Buggy Twin-over-Twin Bunk Bed by Powell ($984).
It's not a bunk-bed round-up without the NORDDAL bunk bed from IKEA ($199+). They have an unfinished version for $199 that is often DIYed and hacked into imaginative bunk-bed creations, but this finished one is $299. For me, the hassle of putting it together (have you heard the joke about the couple who divorced over assembling IKEA furniture?) isn't outweighed by the low price tag.
The Terrace Bunk Bed from The Land of Nod ($1700) is fun from top to bottom. I could so see sisters sharing this one and enjoying lots of playtime as well as sleep time. It's darling.
Another super fun bunk bed option is The Treehouse from Pottery Barn Kids ($1699). I mean, your kids will be fighting over who gets to sleep in the house top bunk, but they'll also probably spend hours playing in it, so I say it's worth it. Plus, IT'S A TREEHOUSE!