Twin bedroom decorating from summer homes, rental properties, guest rooms, or for your son or daughters’ room are just fun to decorate. Because bedrooms are considered private spaces in the house, most homeowners enjoy a little more leeway in their design. Whether your (or their) style is Traditional, Boho, Coastal, or Modern. Or whether you are updating your child’s bedroom, or decorating kids’ bedrooms for the first time, decorating a second home, rental property, or guest room, twin bedrooms allow for flexibility.
Beginning with a classic blue & white color palette, this twin bedroom feels welcoming for any guest. And such a smart layout, twin beds on an angle, and a round table in between them. Also, the roman shades are a perfect solution for limited space.
Benjamin Moore, Walls: Oxford Gray 2128-40, Window Trim & Ceiling: White Heron OC-57
Such a sweet bedroom, full of character for this Coastal bedroom. The cheerful pink, green, and white color scheme is a perfect addition to the natural wood roofline and flooring. The fabrics, including the upholstered headboard, soften these wood elements.
And if it’s a Boho design you’re looking for, try your hand at a pair of colorful DIY headboards. Layer a bold print as a backdrop to Boho inspired twin/day beds clearly defining the rooms’ personality. Furthermore, the tables at different heights work so well for a Boho Decorating vibe.
Lastly, if it’s your child’s twin bedroom you are looking to update. Remember, as your child grows, their room grows with them. Fresh updates may include, new paint color & bedding. And as their bedroom becomes their sanctuary, it’s filled with their treasures & memories.
Sherwin-Williams, Veiled Violet SW6268
So, as you can see twin bedrooms for a shore home, second home, rental property, guest room or a child’s bedroom are fun rooms to explore your creativity. By adding color, accessories, or furniture to a bedroom where you may not in your main living areas. For guest rooms, rental properties, or summer homes, keeping the design simple helps to keep maintenance low. But that doesn’t mean boring! And for your child’s room, updating their room as they grow supports their personality and the functionality of their room.
So, thanks for stopping by today! We hope you’ve left inspired ~ Nancy
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