- by Meghan
Sometimes, you need to fit more beds into a room than the traditional one, whether for kids or for guests. With Matching Twin Beds, you have even more space on which to be creative, and it becomes a fun challenge to pull elements throughout the room. Meanwhile, having two beds means that you can also focus on symmetry for well-balanced bedrooms and clean looks. And face it, when you have double the beds, you also have double the style.
Orangesicle Dream Room
Except for two different seashells featured on the wall prints, these beds are perfect twins. Bright pops of orange contrast with the neutral shades of this room.
Frilly Twin Beds
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Two small twin beds send a charming message when paired with striped skirts and printed wallpaper. Four posts on each bed also lend an antique air to the set.
Retro Twin Beds
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The funky headboards complement this room’s combination of blue and orange. A shared, orange bedside table center the space.
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A collage of various travelscapes cover the walls behind this wrought iron traveler’s beds. An antique traveling chest stands in as a cool nightstand.
Towering Twin Beds
The printed wallpaper is echoed in various pieces of the bedspread. Meanwhile, towering four poster bedframes and tall bedside lamps add height to this bedroom.
Neutral Twin Beds
Though very neutral in color, this room incorporates bold stripes for some subtle flair. Gorgeous white furniture maintains a breezy feel.
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A simple chandelier hangs above two upholstered twin beds. Natural light seeps over the clean, white beds and creamy accents.
Image: Carla Aston
No peaked attic space is complete without two beautifully embroidered twin beds revitalizing it. Adding small touches like these can go a long way for a small space.
Unconventional Bunk Beds
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This carpentry masterpiece packs in loads of additional sleeping space. White, cream, and tan coincide to keep the room from looking too busy.
Industrial Antique Twin Beds
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A very rustic vibe soaks this room from the wrought iron headboards to the roughed-up street sign décor. A soft palette of tan and white play up the old time feel.
Image: Bel Claire House
Everything feels homey in this twin bed room. A simple iron footboard, soft carpet, and rustic pictures make a night in this room seem like a trip home.
Marvelous Twin Beds
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In such a stately space, it makes sense to decorate with two opulent four poster beds. Each is topped off with lush pillows and a comfortable lounge chair at the foot of the bed.
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Unique wood slat headboards and footboards complement the cabin-esque look on this room. Plaid curtains create a warm backdrop with the pattern also reflected on the bed.
Perfectly Pink Twins
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Dark and light play well together with soft pink bedspreads and black bedframes. Yellow accents the room from the curtains and pillows, and two pretty mirrors decorate the walls.
Woodsman Twin Beds
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Plaid bed skirts and pillows set the tone in this outdoorsy twin room. Two red pillows featuring antlers would make this a great spare bedroom or kid’s room in a cabin-style home.
Twins That Share
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While these two share a headboard and a bedside table, they each get their own light and perfectly matching style. An eclectic mix of patterns creates an eye-catching room.
Peaked + Chic
Image: Katie Ridder
Another option for a peaked attic room, these twin beds sit on gorgeous oak four post bedframes. A single window shines over a shared nightstand, and two intricately embroidered pillows adorn the twins.
Sporty Charm Twin Beds
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This navy and white bedroom has a varsity blues feel. From outlined initial pillows to a striped rug, it’s a subtly sporty vibe with a polished finish.
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Country charm oozes from this twin bed room. Picket fence-inspired headboards and a wash-bucket-turned-mirror start off the rustic feel. Meanwhile, galvanized metal light fixtures and plaid accents fill out the space.
Head in the Clouds
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This chic twin bed room brings dreams to life. A primarily white theme also uses hints of color from two watercolor paintings in other elements of the room, including the accent pillows and area rug. Finally, a sky mural complete with soaring birds keeps your head in the clouds.
No matter the size of your room, you can find a twin bed set to match it. For smaller spaces, keep elements neutral to open the space. For larger rooms, add elegant touches and opulent designs for a fun twist. If you like the charm that seems to ooze from these doubled beds, you may also like our post, 20 Inspiring Rustic Bedroom Design Ideas That Are Cozy for some of the other spaces in your home.
Make sure you also check out our latest Multi-Color Bedrooms post for a different but also inspiring design.