Good morning, chic readers! We hope you had an amazing weekend! I had some of the most fun four days ever as one of the celebrity guests at the Wilmington, NC Azalea Festival, celebrating the launch week of my new novel, Lies and Other Acts of Love. Let me tell you, these people party in style. (Check out some of my favorite photos below!)
When you think of twin beds, elegance might not be the first thing that pops to mind. But when it comes to great design, twin beds aren’t just for the youngest among us. Properly attired and styled to impress, twin beds can create a grown-up look that’s chic and sophisticated.
Faudree Design via Veranda Magazine
When housing guests — especially in a second home — it’s always nice to have sleeping space for more. Twin beds allow friends who might not necessarily be comfortable sharing a bed to bunk together. This grown-up blue and orange color palette would appeal to anyone, young or old, male or female.
SLC Interiors If you think of twin beds as boring, think again. Those plain, pink upholstered headboards that were in your childhood bedroom are nowhere to be found in these twin retreats. These gorgeous headboards add a fabulous focal point to this room.
Those attic spaces that are so charming and cozy can be difficult to decorate. A pair — or three — twin beds fits the slops perfectly. Doesn’t this look like the most fun place to have a (grown-up) sleepover?
Lonny Magazine – Patrick Cline Photographer
A tufted, upholstered headboard is a timeless addition to any bedroom.
These beds are great, but, for us, the painted bamboo chest steals the show!