Let’s face it, no one really likes a twin bed. They are often used for a tiny little six year old, or tucked away in a guest bedroom. Today, we aren’t talking about how well you sleep in twin beds, but how well they can make a room seem complete and refined.
Guests rooms can often be a land of misfit furniture. A hodgepodge of old dressers, bedspreads, pillows, and pre-married monogram shams. Fortunately, having a twin bed can snap-up a room and force you to focus on symmetry, style, and substance. Not only does it give an unexpected feel for the room, it also allows for two guests to sleep comfortably without sleeping closely.
Here are some enchanting guest rooms that will leave you seeing double for days.
A light and airy room of white and blue. The black headboards are a perfect backdrop. Photo source: Veranda
Incredible iron beds and clean white linens allow for this contrasting bedroom by Mary Clark to look perfectly comfortable. Photo source: Veranda
A classic twin bedroom with soft blue walls and natural sconces. Photo source: House Beautiful
Sorry I’m not sorry for all the beautiful blue and white rooms. I love this daybed look by Justine Cushing. Photo source: House Beautiful
Love the rope hanging beds in this child’s room by Schnell and Porch. I feel like it is okay to have fun when you have two beds to work with! Photo source: Traditional Home
A sophisticated blue and white child’s room. Gorgeous striped canopy against the animal wallpaper. Lovely! Source: Unknown
A glam twin bedroom with no detail overlooked. A great starburst mirror centers the room. Photo source: Pinterest
Valerie Smith creates a serene blue and white twin bedroom. Perfect for a beach or lake house. Photo source: House Beautiful
The starburst mirrors above each bed and fabulous blue and white zebra pattern snap this room together perfectly. Photo source: Pinterest