Published at Saturday, 08 September 2018. bedroom. By Angelina Swanhild.
Whether you prefer a guest room in white with shabby chic allure or something much more cozy and charming with a mountain cabin-inspired look, using twin beds doubles the visual impact of you chosen style. And in case two of your friends decide to show up on the same weekend, you will not have to force them to share the same queen bed or relegate one to the living room daybed sofa.
Before you settle on the final look for your small guest room, consider the amount of traffic it will see and the number of guests you will need to host on a regular basis. This should narrow down decorating choices for you and making shopping for the tiny guest bedroom a whole lot easier. One you have the functional aspect of things sorted, it is time to move on to aesthetics and overall ambiance of the guest. Replacing the traditional queen bed with two twin beds in the guest room is a practical and trendy choice. It gives the small guest room a much more spacious visual appeal and also offers a much more adaptable floor plan. Using twin beds brings visual symmetry to the room and you can even go vertical with this idea and use loft beds instead of twin beds to create the same sleeping space, but with half the square footage used!
Bunk beds are not just for kids’ bedrooms alone as this smart alcove proves! Part of a smart modern townhouse designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, this alcove bunk bed design makes most of the small and forgotten corner. This leaves the rest of the room open and gives the homeowner an opportunity to create an inviting and relaxing setting.
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