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BEDROOM POST: Give Your Guest Bedroom A Vacation Feel With Twin Beds

Seven Super Chic Twin Bedrooms To Ramp Up Your Design Style

I fell in love with two twin headboards put together
on a king frame when I traveled to Paris and stayed in a stylish jewel-box boutique hotel.  The room was outfitted with luxurious bedding, although it was a small space it was tightly fitted with a king size bed but made to feel more quaint with two bed frames together.  This is now my favorite way to showcase a king size bed frame in a small space whether in a New York City apartment (as my photo above) or a vacation home. When I returned from that vacation I swapped out the Queen size bed in this bedroom for two twin beds together on a King frame.

This idea harkens back to my love of two twin beds side-by side, which has long been a favorite design for guest bedrooms. Twin beds puts everyone on vacation mode, harkening back to summer vacations and camps in Maine, perhaps. When decorating a guest bedroom, especially a lake, beach or ski home, these precious little beds all made up for one person is my secret design hack. Let's take a look at some beauties in different styles...


1. an exotic get away feels right with your very own bed yet pushed together nice and cozy, and we certainly love those little individual benches at the foot of the bed, and the rattan headboards-  feels like you're on vacation via Real Simple magazine

2.  take it up a notch with two side by side canopied twin beds, and those lacquered chests at the end of each bed! Photo via Pinterest by Hutton Wilkinson 


 3. we love the summer camp feel of matching antique spindle beds
together with this vintage trunk, divine! The landscape painting grouped together add a charming touch by interior designer Stephanie Sabbe via Country Living Magazine

4. How chic are these two upholstered beds  in an attic-like space in this Herefordshire farm in England via House & Garden UK magazine

5. another country feel in attic-like guest quarters by interior designer Brad Ford puts you in a summer mood

6. At the Kips Bay Showhouse in New York City designer Olasky Sinsteden showed us how twin beds can be sophisticated (not your average summer camp room here) with matching canopy beds

7. Designer Carl D'Aquino and antique dealer Bernd Goeckler  created a layered, sophisticated bedroom in this 18th century farmhouse in the Hudson Valley of New York using two French twin beds in the guest bedroom via AD magazine. Noting our favorite wall covering- Brunschwig & Fils toile de Jouy  

Happy Nesting
XO Tamara

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