MAKING THE TWIN BEDS
Although both our beds are permanent, we use them as daybeds in the daytime. Nice for visitors and us to talk.
We "make" the beds simply; the daybed covers/upholstery are heavy-duty cotton cloth made up like fitted sheets with very tight elastic. We leave them on at all times, but they come off easily enough for washing. We keep mattress pads under them; I think they're waterproof or resistant just in case. So no bottom sheet to worry about.
We use a sleeping bag for Paul now; he rolls it up in the daytime, using it was a bolster and one end of his bed. I use either an acrylic fake-fur blanket or a cotton comforter, trimmed to narrower than a normal twin size. Either way, I roll it up iln the morning and put it in a stuff sack that matches the décor (such as it is). Again, used as a daybed bolster during the day. Very easy.
Gilda on FGRV has a whole "real" sheet and blanket system, I believe, but I couldn't even bring myself to go that far. Hers looks super.
We're each responsible for rolling up our own "bedroll." And there's no actual storage for them, as they stay out all the time.
Also, we have a number of fuzzy "throws" that are just big enough to use as extra blankets if we get too cold, but so far the problem has been more in the opposite direction; our ceramic heater keeps it almost too warm most nights. I guess we're so afraid of being cold we err in the opposite direction.
pic: back bed shown with bolsters behind throw pillows.