You may have noticed that twin beds are making somewhat of a come back. Though originally designed in the 1890’s for a man and his wife to sleep comfortably together yet separately, particularly during warm weather, today’s homeowner’s are installing twin beds in guest bedrooms and kid’s rooms because they can offer so much flexibility. We’re embracing the comeback enthusiastically while designing a guest bedroom for a new project we’ve recently taken on. This adorable twin bedded room caught our eye for it’s cheerful blue upholstered headboards, covered in a Raoul Fabric.
This bedroom below, designed by Amanda Nisbet, takes a playful spin on the upholstered headboard with scalloped edges. A simple and elegant guest bedroom by Francois Catroux. So restful, right?Spindle twin beds work beautifully in a beach or country house.
Michael S Smith keeps the headboards of these twin beds simple and streamlined. Probably one of the most famous twin bed bedrooms, as designed by Sister Parish.Romantic canopy beds in Kate Rheinstein Brodsky’s apartment in Manhattan. Carrier & Co creates a sophisticated guest bedroom in a house in the Hamptons. These are full mattresses, but the concept of two beds remains.Blue and white stripes bring great height and drama to this kid’s room. We love the canopies!
Stay tuned, and we’ll share our approved concept for the twin bedroom we’re designing next week!