In our current design market, twinning is winning… twin bedrooms that is. We often think of twin bedrooms as something relegated to children, but for decades married couples were only seen on television in a bedroom that contained two beds. As bizarre as that may sound to individuals who can’t remember the advent of mainframe computers, the thought of exhibiting a wedded couple in one bed was completely ludicrous and offensive in the mid-20th century.
Considering this fact, it is very understandable why twin bedrooms lost their allure. But I for one am so happy they are back with a bang! Unlike the bunk bed configuration, which instigates fights about who gets the top bunk and who doesn’t; twin bedrooms keep everything on level playing field. In addition, twin bedrooms create a pseudo double bed hotel solution for those holidays when you have way too many guests and not enough beds.
Today, I want to feature some of the coolest twin bedroom interior design. From classy to playful, these twin bedrooms show us exactly how it’s done!
The simplicity of this twin bedroom is also what allows you to appreciate the details. The appropriately sized plaid bolster pillows, the vintage Ralph Lauren trunk and the landscape gallery wall remind you that this room is anything but child’s play.
Can we stop and have a moment of silence for how stunning this twin bedroom set up is? It is by far one of the more creative ways I have seen when it comes to positioning twin beds. And please, let’s not forget to give homage to how incredible the custom roman shades look on all of those windows.
Who says twin beds can’t be canopy status? If you have the ceiling height, go for broke with beautifully matching canopy beds with custom upholstering. To top it off, spare no expense by enveloping the space in delicately detailed wallpaper and a seating area. Now that’s how you do a twin bedroom!
I really had to sit down for this one because Bear Hill Interiors truly knocked it out of the park! Starting with that recessed tufted focal wall behind the twin beds, I could not help but drop my jaw when I saw this room. From the enormous and elaborate mirror to the multiple framed silhouettes, every detail in this bedroom is on point.
If you have an extra guest room that needs updating, consider making it a twin bedroom. It can really open up your options when the time comes to host guests. Whether it services multiple children or non-couples, your guests will truly appreciate having a comfortable place to rest.