Yes, these rooms are most certainly staged, but they offer some interesting ideas for rethinking space. They also make good use of color-blocking to section out the different "zones" in a child's or teenager's room — sleep spaces, study areas, and storage zones are identified by large, bright swaths of primary colors. To see more, click through the links below and check them out online.
Some of their products (like the Lollipop line) are available through Resource Furniture in New York. Prices aren't listed online, but you can contact BonBon or Resource for a price quote. Word of warning — these aren't cheap systems; several of the beds clock in over the $2,000 mark.