This room would be great as a guest room or in a vacation home. It's small, but the neutral palette and great natural light make it feel much larger.
Speaking of small, this room is packed tightly, but that's OK. After all, nobody's going at the beach to hang out in the sandy guest room, right?
A sleeping porch! I love sleeping porches and this one is so neatly designed, maximizing the space plus adding privacy for each individual bed.
I like this space because it's not so tight - guests will have a little room to move around. The benches at the end of the bed remind me of hotel rooms, too - and doesn't everyone like a place to set their suitcase while they unpack?
I love this boys' room for it's traditional focus on fish. I just think it's very sweet and I like that it would've appealed to boys 50 years ago just as much as it would appeal today.
This room, with it's big map and sharp wood furniture, has always been a favorite of mine. It's a perfect room for kids growing into teenagers - not too childlike, but not overly grownup, either.
In most two-bed rooms, the beds are side-by-side, which I like. But I also like the idea of the heads of the beds touching. It makes for a big space to play in the room and makes me think of good sleepovers, late nights and lots of giggling and secrets.
This is the second time this week I've used this room in an ideabook - but I really do like it that much. I just think it's fantastic the way the two beds work together without actually matching.
Bunk beds just might be the most efficient way to incorporate two beds into one room. I really like this one, too, with its cheeky "Bunkbeds" ladder.
Lofts are like bunkbeds, but just a little cooler. I can't help but think that the girl on this bottom bunk is pretty lucky, since she gets a nice wide bed.