Twin Beds for the Guest Room

A green and pink bedroom with twin beds and a chandelier.

Twin beds in the guest bedroom give you more versatility.  If you have overnight guests and are short on bedrooms, twin beds may be a solution for you.  Offering a bit of personal space and more room for multiple guests, twin beds are a fun option.  Here are ways to make the most of your guest bedroom using twin beds.

A pink and turquoise bedroom with twin beds for the guest room.
Colorful room with twin beds (HGTV)
Twin beds in a bedroom with blue and yellow striped walls.
Coordinated bedding and a shared dresser serve this guest room with twin beds well (Pinterest)
A pink bedroom with twin beds and a chair.
Guest rooms with twin beds are versatile (decorpad)
A guest room with twin beds and purple walls.
A lovely guest bedroom with versatile twin beds (Architectural Digest)

Coordinated bedding for twin beds in the guest bedroom give the room a finished and balanced look.  Use coordinating fabrics and enhance with accents that carry the colors of the fabrics.

Two twin beds in a room with floral curtains.
Coordinated bedding gives a finished look to twin beds (Barry Dixon Interiors via HGTV)
A guest room with twin beds featuring orange and gray accents.
Coordinated bedding and accents bring a finishing touch to guest room with twin beds (homedit)
A guest bedroom with twin beds and white furniture.
Soothing colors and comfy linens make this guest room with twin beds welcoming (Pinterest)
A blue and white bedroom with twin beds.
A coordinated guest room ready for guests (Pinterest)

A shared night table in the center of the beds can serve both sides.  Provide a smaller pair of lamps on each side of the night table.  Lighting can be accented with individual wall sconces on the opposite side.

A guest room with twin beds.
A shared night table works for twin beds (desiid)
An attic bedroom with twin beds and a dresser.
A dresser shared by both beds works in this small space (Southern Living)
A guest bedroom with twin beds and a striped rug.
A shared night table and wall sconces augment this guest room with twin beds (tophomedesigns)

For adults staying in the guest room with twin beds, more separation can be achieved by placing a large piece of furniture between the two.  Also, placing the beds on opposite sides of a window can give a bit more individual space.  When space allows, you can place the beds on opposite sides of the room.

Twin beds and dresser for the guest room.
A large piece of furniture between beds can provide more separation (Pinterest)
Twin beds in a guest room.
Placing beds on each side of a window gives each person more personal space (BHG)
A blue and white guest room with twin beds.
Placing twin beds on opposite sides of the room can open up the space for more individual space (bemyguestwithdenise)

The guest room with twin beds takes on the feel of staying in a hotel room.  This may appeal to some guests.  Conversely, you can include personal touches in the room to make your guests feel more at home.  Special linens, fresh flowers, cozy blankets and meaningful accessories infuse personality.

A guest room with twin beds and a chandelier.
Some guests may like the hotel feel of twin beds in the guest room (little-inspirations.blogspot)
Twin beds with green and white bedding for the guest room.
Personalize a guest room with twin beds with fresh flowers (meganmorrisblog)
Two twin beds in a room with blue and white decor for the guest room.
Make a guest room homey with personal items and décor (Pinterest)
A guest room with twin beds and a couch.
A lovely guest room with twin beds welcomes overnight guests (decorating-and-design.blogspot)

The guest bedroom with twin beds is stylish and versatile.  The look is very cohesive and can be personalized with luxury linens, meaningful accents and a few special touches for your guests.  Consider converting your guest room into a suite with two twin beds.

 

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