When you furnish your guest room, a common question that will pop is for which bed you should opt for. A queen or king-size bed, or perhaps two separate twin beds? Both options have their pros and cons. Keep reading to make a good choice.
- Twin beds are visually attractive because of the symmetry
- Think of which kind of guests you expect to welcome often
- A queen or king-size bed gives the feeling of luxury
Twin beds are visually attractive because of symmetry
If you place twin beds in the room, it makes it visually appealing because it instantly creates symmetry in the room. You have more ways to decorate, style, and furnish it with two separate ‘singles’. It offers a wide range of possibilities. Anyways, it will just be a large bed in the middle of the room, all the other things revolve around that one piece.
Think of which kind of guests you expect to welcome often
You probably already have some family members or friends in mind for which you set up your guestroom. In this case, it is good to imagine how they prefer to spend the night. A couple would probably like to sleep in the same bed, as two brothers or two kids would like to have their own. Decide your choice of bed based on the kind of guest you expect to come over the most.
A queen or king-size bed gives the feeling of luxury
Whenever you sleep in a hotel, by yourself or with someone, the feeling of sleeping in a bed twice your size gives a luxurious feeling. Visually, it is easier to decorate because of one central focal point: the bed. It creates balance in the room to style both sides of the bed the same way and gives room to add lamps in the corners.