A twin over full bunk bed in a mix of rustic wood and iron brings mountain style to the design of this space. Mixing and matching pillows in neutral tones against brown plaid blankets nod to western style without feeling kitschy.
Vintage toys and treasures set the tone in this kid's bedroom that's part of the HGTV Dream Home 2009 designed by Kim Myles. Twin four poster beds add elegant vertical height while a rich red makes the room feel snug and cozy.
Beds here are sized to European standards which can be a little confusing when you’re booking your accommodations (or bringing your own linens for a longer stay). While U.S. bedding has names (twin, queen, etc.), European sizing simply lists the bed’s dimensions in centimeters. But don’t worry: There are easy-to-use conversion guides that can be found online to ensure you know what you’re getting.
The silver and navy 4-piece Twin Wall Storage Bedroom Suite from Hillsdale Furniture offers a great way to take advantage of unused wall space around your child's bed. When two wall piers are combined with a connecting bridge, you can create display storage for books, toys and collectibles.
Twin green chairs are on a plush shag thick carpet in a room that has pastel orange drapes. The same fabric is used to create a canopy over a bed, and in another part of the space is a short bookcase. Colored glass chairs at the dining table continue the vibrant, pastel theme.
This cozy unit from West Elm combines a six-drawer storage bed frame with a sleek headboard and modular nightstands. Finished in white lacquer or a chocolate veneer, this low-slung contemporary set makes it easy to stash books, linens and clothing out of sight. Sizing options run from twin to king.
Sometimes one really is better than two when it comes to art. It's tempting to hang twin photos or paintings behind a bed, like one per pillow. But one larger piece — in this case a modern graphic on a primitive sign — adds a punch of color and drama to the monochromatic color scheme created by designer Gregory Augustine.