This is the picture that started to change my mind, though these appear a little larger than standard twin size. It's double the glam with those wonderful canopies.
Monogramming matching spreads is a way for kids to have some ownership of their own bed.
Twin beds are also great for sleepovers with your childhood B.F.F. (then and now).
This mirror becomes a focal point and ties the two beds together as one unit.
Twin beds straddling the door in here seems to be the only way to squeeze enough room for two into this room.
O.K. Check out the giraffe lamps. Are those Jonathan Adler? I didn't know he made a sconce version! This whole room is so perfect without being too cutesy, and here two beds (and coordinating giraffes and X-benches) are so much better than one.
This is the opposite of matchy-matchy, and I have to say it is not convincing me to go astray from matchy matchy. It makes me dizzy.
Twin beds for grownups.
This is a cozy cabin vibe at its best. I imagine one would sleep quite well in here, no matter how narrow the bed!