I am including a few pictures [the before of the "bunk bed room"] of our condo which is located in Blue mountain Beach along 30A, in the Florida panhandle between Panama City beach and Destin. If you ever saw the Truman Show  it was filmed in Seaside, Florida also in that same area.
It was developed in 1981 and I am serious when I say this area is gorgeous. Very family oriented. There is 26 miles of beautiful beaches...planned communities and a bike path the whole distance.
Also on 30A you have the community of Rosemary Beach which was developed in 1995.
This area has become a very popular vacation destination. It is located about 5 1/2 hours from Atlanta. I had never been there before [after living in Atlanta for 16 years], and fell in love after my first trip. Of course I wish I had either discovered it 10 years earlier or now as we bought when the prices were at their "tippy top"...if you get my drift. Thankful for partners, and the fact that it is a rental so we haven't had to pitch a tent under a bridge yet. Still....I must have been smoking crack.
Right down the street from Rosemary is another area that it just being developed..... Alys Beach. The architecture is unbelievable. For real. Everything is white. Even the grass.....:)
You need to go to their site and check it out. You will be wowed!
While I was there I picked up this book by Lynn Nesmith called:
It is chock full of gorgeous pictures of homes along 30A, Among some of the publications Lynn has written for is Better Homes & Gardens, House Beautiful, and Traditional Home.
She actually wrote the article about a home I did in Rosemary [you can see the pictures on my portfolio].
So anyway....now that I have my "Florida Tourism" obligations over with....here is a before picture of the room that was "covered" in bunk beds. It now has the 2 queen beds in it.
I think jumping from the top bunk to the full bed below must have been fun.....cause that is the part that broke. And there is the bulletin board, the night stand and the little lamp that I made over.
I posted about these curtains before, but that was back when I had 7 followers. Using ready made white panels and added grommets, I used rope to hang them, hot glueing a starfish to the part that was hanging. Fortunately no one has tried to swing from that piece of rope.
I found this fabric [kind of looks like a bath rug] at Lewis and Sheron 6 years ago and had a headboard made from it. The rest of the bedding came from PB.
I had about 3 weeks to do this whole place.....4 bedrooms [and a very small budget]. It was CRAZY!
Along with a nice glass of wine :)