Design Ideas for Doubling Down: Rooms with Two Twin Beds

published Feb 13, 2016
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Although it’s not as common as a single bed per room, doing double (when it comes to beds) could be a solution for your guest room, your kid’s room or maybe even your own room. Check out this visual evidence that two beds might be better (or at the very least as stylish) as one.

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An upstairs guest room gets a Wes Anderson-vibe thanks to a cool color palette and two twin beds.

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A kid’s room is made sophisticated and stylish with black and white contrast and monograms.

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Who says two twin beds have to be side-by-side? Get creative in small spaces when it comes to bed orientation and height.

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Though the main bed in this space isn’t a twin, you can still see how playing around with location and height can turn a one-bed room into a double-bed room pretty easily and stylishly.

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Striped side-by-side headboards make a for a sweet and stylish combo in this guest bedroom.