26 Stylish Rooms With Twin Beds for Kids and Guests


green bedroom

Jonathan Bond


Elizabeth Hay gave her 16th-century thatched cottage a makeover, turning it into an eclectic haven layered with patterns. In this bedroom, she added yellow-painted bobbin four poster beds—designed by Hay—contrast perfectly with deep green Edward Bulmer walls and mustard bedding. The lamp is actually a vase Hay had wired for lighting!


twin bed

Studio DB


Tuck a twin bed into a nook and your guest will never want to leave! With two glossy gray wall sconces, multiple prints and patterns on the bedding, and a fun leopard wallpaper, this room does it all without overwhelming the space. And speaking of fun prints, don’t be afraid of mixing them, as Studio DB boldly did in this bedroom. The wilder, the better.


nautical bedroom with bookshelf

James Merrell


This bedroom by designer Katie Lyndon is the perfect example of making a twin bed work for any age range. It has smart storage solutions with playful yet grown-up decor on display, a neutral color palette brought to life with fun prints and motifs, and high-quality bedding.

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white rustic styled bedroom

Leanne Ford Interiors


Get really out-of-the-box and make a guest room out of nothing like this bedroom design by Leanne Ford Interiors. With the sun streaming in from the ceiling and breathable linen bedding, it is a warm wake-up call for guests to get back to reality.


peach and pink twin beds

Emily Minton Redfield


This Instagrammable bedroom can be a hideout for teens or a relaxing escape for visiting friends. Designer Charlotte Lucas designed sibling rooms in our 2020 Whole Home Concept House. A whimsical leafy mural envelops the bedroom and is offset by a graphic-dotted carpet and matching retro headboards.


blue twin bed bunk bed

Emily J Followill


If your guests include two siblings with a wide age gap, this nautical room by Ashley Gilbreath is cool enough to keep the temper tantrums at bay. You not only save room but can cater to their nighttime reading preferences and aesthetics with built-in bedside shelving.

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wood floating beds

Courtesy of the Bumper Crop


Here’s how you fit three people into a room and have it actually seem fun. You will definitely need a contractor’s help but your guests will know you went above and beyond to keep them in awe.


kids room with twin bed

Joe Schmelzer


Rethink the classic side-by-side vertical layout and orient two twin bids against a wall horizontally facing each other with a side table in between. Cuff Studio opted for a central table that fits all the kid’s records and books.


kids room with twin canopy beds



Sky-high Suzani canopies make these twin beds in a room by Melissa Rufty super luxe and classic but also fun and unexpected. The matching skirts and intricate black and white pillows contrast nicely with the dainty floral wallpaper and traditional monogrammed coverlets.

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kevin scott kids room with twin beds

Kevin Scott


Nestled into a corner, this cozy twin bed in a room by Kevin Scott feels contemporary and fresh but also sweet and cozy for a kid entering their teens in a smaller bedroom.


purple bedroom

Thomas Loof


Hang a store-bought canopy from the ceiling instead of going the custom route, which requires significantly more commitment. In this purple design by Garrow Kedigian, the cream canopy complements the headboard and adds dimension.


blue room with three twins beds

Beatriz da Costa


The more the merrier, right? Beatriz da Costa created the ultimate resting space by cocooning the walls in a sky blue wallpaper that will inspire a carefree childhood but also lend itself well to a more mature age group as the occupant grows up.

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contemporary kids room with twin bed

Tamsin Johnson Interiors


This chic bedroom by Tamsin Johnson Interiors proves that, with the right styling approach, twin beds can look just grown up as a double, queen, or even king-sized bed. Here, a nearby chaise, elevated lighting and accents, like the mirror and curtains, and a tasteful color scheme do the trick.


daybeds in living room

Peter Murdock


Interior designer Amir Khamneipur needed to squeeze a guest room into his small apartment for his nephew. So he created a pair of six-foot-long banquettes that pivot to become twin beds. They’re customized with built-in drawers to store bedding, too.


Just because they’re twins doesn’t mean they always have to match! Opt for complementary bedding in varying tones and shades for a more eclectic and unique look. Take note of this laidback yet polished bedroom by Heidi Caillier.

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contemporary kids room with twin bed

Ryan Garvin


Breegan Jane opted for contemporary, transitional pieces here. From the sculptural lamp to the suede bedframe, graphic throws, crisp bedding, and abstract artwork, everything feels both youthful and timeless.


twin beds in girls room

Thomas Loof


Polka dot walls and a sharp black lamp help anchor this sweet bedroom by Brittany Bromley. Stacked with plenty of pillows and luxe bedding, these shabby chic twin beds are sure to inspire sweet dreams.


kids room playroom with daybed twin beds

Charlotte Barnes


Three twin beds along the back wall of this media room by Charlotte Barnes double as extra beds for sleepovers but they also function as comfy sofas for viewing parties.

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kids room twin beds

Angie Seckinger


Give twin beds in a shared bedroom some privacy with a cutin certain. This long and narrow space designed by Cameron Rupert Interiors features a whimsical style and practical built-ins.


kids room with twin beds

Simon Watson


Imaginative wall decals and playful bedframes in this bedroom by Ellen Niven ensure a kid-friendly mood. But classic investment pieces like an antique dresser provide longevity.

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