Twin Bed Ideas For Adults

Rest Nest

By choosing an almost-black paint, you run the risk of creating a gloomy, dungeon-like environment. However, it appears that the bedroom is an exception. It’s the one location you may safely use a dark color, which can have a calming effect even if you have a neighbor.

Custom Built Attic Trundle by Ashley Darryl

Ashley Darryl used many original elements in this rebuilt attic area/twin bedroom, including the lovely wood flooring, storied red-brick chimney, and high-vaulted ceiling design. Built-in bookcases and reading lighting on the twin trundle beds will tempt any afternoon reader. This multipurpose area is truly inspiring because of the remaining open space.

Tranquil New York City Guest Room

Leontine Linens are used to cover the mattresses in a serene Alexa Hampton-designed guest room in New York City. The room has Brunschwig & Fils drapes and is painted a Farrow & Ball blue color.

Cottage Cute

Antique Victorian beds in Leanne Ford’s guest house add all the drama. The sought lantern from Noguchi Shop is out of stock, but Hay has a comparable (and less priced) alternative.

Coastal Twin Bedroom by Palmer Weiss

One can practically smell the ocean in this New England seaside guest bedroom design, which features two practical Twin bed styles. The antique bedside table adds a touch of sophistication, while the rattan headboards, ocean-blue area rug, and handmade window covering give off a distinct coastal vibe.

Will Ferrell’s Manhattan Apartment

A custom-made headboard covered in a Jim Thompson fabric spans the twin beds of the actor Will Ferrell’s Manhattan bedroom. The wall behind it is covered in a Maharam fabric, and the light fixture was created by Vicente Garca Jiménez for Foscarini.

Opposites Attract

incorporating checkerboard designs without making the room look excessively millennial? Now that requires some talent. With the use of fabrics from his collaboration with Soane, Duru Olowu has the ability to create two very different bedscapes that nonetheless feel like a pair.

Traditional Pink + Grey Poster Beds

The subtle blues, pinks, and creams that tie this design together are highlighted in the soft surrounds of this twin bedroom design by Simple Interiors. This twin bedroom design is perfect for sisters thanks to the furniture selections. Additionally, the furniture gives this often conventional presentation a touch of modernity.

Guest Room Of A Hamptons Retreat

A pair of beds are complemented with valances and bed skirts made of a hemp linen by Kathryn M. Ireland in a guest room of a Hamptons getaway designed by Carrier & Co. Interiors. The huge picture is by Susan Vecsey, the carpet is by Patterson Flynn Martin, and the striped cushions are made of Kravet material.

Global Collector

Gingham duvets and handmade blankets from Oaxaca seem like an odd combination, but they look fantastic together. Add a Scandi Svenskt Tenn roman shade, and you’ve got a very eclectic space.

Home-Made Rustic + Strong Personalization

This twin bedroom design by Boxwood Design Co. demonstrates how adaptable one can be with a few Home Depot items and some imaginative creativity! These hand-crafted twin beds from Boxwood are wonderful examples of personalisation and color harmony.

Atlanta Home

A poster from Suzanne Kasler’s collection for Soicher Marin can be found between the twin beds in a guest room of an Atlanta house she decorated.

Le Mode Monochrome

We’re not sure what will persuade you that twin beds aren’t just for kid’s rooms if this Tuscan hotel room doesn’t. This set of silvery gray velvet bed coverings and matching bolsters is so streamlined it almost looks like a chaise.

Vintage Farmhouse Twin Bedroom by Vintage White Farmhouse

This bedroom exhibits a powerful vintage vibe, soft muted tones, and burlap materials in an earthy expression. This junior’s room is a wonderful treat to look at thanks to the tubed bed-framing and the Edison bulb hanging lights. The framed Herringbone wood does a good job of emphasizing the old vibe.

Steel Beds

The twin steel beds in a guest room at his family’s Umbrian house were created by architect Benedikt Bolza. Nencia, his wife, painted the floor by hand.

Bookworm Beds

This pair of book-nook beds makes good use of the available space. One bed gets a headboard, while both beds have privacy from a straightforward partition wall. A window in each nook lets in plenty of natural light during the day, and each have built-in shelves and movable lights to promote reading before night.

Eclectic Islander Twin Bedroom by Heather Peterson Design

This bedroom layout almost defies the rules of traditional design and symmetry. The beds suggest the Pacific Islands, the colors suggest art deco, and the bedside table displays a stunning Danish design that keeps us wondering. To assist convey a sense of individuality, take note of the different throw blanket colors on each of the twin beds.

The Upstate New York Home

In a guest room at the upstate New York residence of dealer Bernd Goeckler and designer Carl D’Aquino, a matching pair of Jansen gilt-wood beds covered in Ralph Lauren Home ticking are set against a toile de Jouy wall covering by Brunschwig & Fils.

Floating Beds

You can fit a lot of people in a tiny space as well. These sleek, wall-mounted bunk beds give the impression that they are floating in midair, which makes the small room seem unrestricted and shockingly vast. Making the most of the available space, the ladder is made of rungs embedded within the bookcases.

Historic Farmhouse Twin Bedroom by Emily Connolly

The characteristics of the rural way of life in the late 1880s have been preserved in this antique farmhouse double bedroom. The feminine pinks found on the upper walls and accent pillows are countered by the wall panelings, which were introduced during a recent design effort. This room is really distinctive due to the natural hardwood flooring and recessed window spaces.