The footboard of this bed opens to reveal a television, perfect for late night (or nap time) viewing. The bed's platform is made from repurposed benches that also provide extra storage for books and pillows.
Custom leather headboards dress up the twin beds in this blue teen bedroom. The room's transitional style is defined by blue floral-patterned curtains, a vintage-style ceiling fan and sleek furnishings.
A refreshing splash of color brings vitality and life to this girls' bedroom. Twin beds, dressed in hot-pink bedding, share a filigreed headboard that extends behind the white nightstand and gold lamp.
Light pink walls provide a subtle background in this bedroom for two little girls. White iron twin beds add feminine curves to the space and are topped with sweet canopies outlined with colorful pom-poms.
This child's bedroom features twin beds with navy blue bedding, a textured accent wall with vintage inspired cylinder sconces, a pendant light with pink drum shade and nautical rope, sheer white window panels, and a blue and white geometric print area rug.
This white upstairs bedroom is perfect for kids with a partially vaulted ceiling and a large window for lots of natural light. Matching twin beds with upholstered headboards provide a space to sleep, while a small desk is available for study time.
This kids' room features twin beds fashioned from repurposed pieces of pine, poplar and plywood with headboards upholstered in durable, solution-dyed acrylic fabric. The beds are dressed in cotton and organic cotton linens. A layering of textures and fabric patterns suits both children and discriminating houseguests.
If you’re outfitting a space that’s small or has awkward design features, custom-made furnishings may be the best option. Case in point: this elegant guest room. “The bed was designed for a room that had door locations that inhibited twin beds from being placed side by side as they typically are,” explains designer Chandos Dodson Epley. “We went with the corner-style headboard to provide more floor space and a walkway in the bedroom. It also created a cozy nook for the clients’ two young granddaughters.”
Here's inspiration to make the most of an oddly shaped space. Pale yellow is used on the walls to brighten up the room, while a white ceiling helps the area seem taller and loftier. Ruffled curtains create a special hideaway spot to cuddle up and read a book in the built-in window seat.
Fun punches of color bring life to this twin bedroom. The chartreuse color makes a great accent when used in small doses. Designer tip: Layer the bed with pillows and throws to give it a custom look. Spend a little time and research pieces that add sparkle to the room.
A mix of patterned bed linens gives this bedroom a fun, whimsical look. The light and bright color palette keeps the space from feeling crowded. Hooded pendants give each bed individual light, and canvas artwork livens up the white walls.
The polka-dotted bedding and matching curtains draw the eye up, opening the middle of the room. A plaid dust ruffle and brown floral carpet complement the white vintage desk for a harmonious blend of shabby chic style.