Guest and Kid Bedroom Inspiration: Multiple Beds

I keep seeing photos of bedrooms with multiple multiple beds . I kind of love the idea. Especially with the price of houses soaring, it seems like a fantastic way to maximize what you can do without increasing your square footage.

While great for fitting multiple kids into one bedroom, a room with multiple beds could also be a wonderful solution for a guest bedroom. Check out this elegant bedroom.

Elegant bedroom with two beds
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Here’s another one. This is a little more rustic—but is still gorgeous.

Guest bedroom with two beds
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One designer I’ve seen use multiple beds is James T. Farmer. And, of course, they’re all stunning.

James T. Farmer guest bedroom with multiple beds
James T. Farmer

I think I’ve had this particular bedroom on a Pinterest board for a few years. Something like this would be amazing in a beach house.

James T. Farmer guest bedroom
James T. Farmer

Another designer who regularly designs gorgeous bedrooms with multiple beds is Mark D. Sikes. Below are three examples.

Mark D. Sikes bedroom with multiple beds
Mark D. Sikes

Something like this could easily be a kid’s room or guest bedroom.

Mark D. Sikes kid bedroom with multiple beds
Mark D. Sikes

Another great room for a beach house. If you’re a fan of Mark D. Sikes’ work, make sure to check out this post for more design inspiration.

Mark D. Sikes bedroom with multiple beds
Mark D. Sikes

The mix of patterns in this bedroom, designed by Michael Maher is so pretty. I could easily see this as a sophisticated kid’s room.

Michael Maher bedroom with two beds
Michael Maher

This room, by Sarah Bartholomew is another one I’ve had pinned for ages. The colors are so cheerful and fun.

Sarah Bartholomew bedroom with two beds
Sarah Bartholomew

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