A Murphy bed is one of those solutions that maximize the space in a tiny bedroom.
Hidden and multifunctional things help to save the space and to change the room very fast at any moment you need. There are so many ways to hide beds in your space! For example, designers create lots of transformable furniture that you may use as a wardrobe, a desk and a bed – you just convert it according to your needs. An alternative way is to hide a bed somewhere above: in the lower level you’ll have a kitchen, for example, and in the upper level a bedroom. One more interesting way is to hide a bed behind the curtains or doors, it’s cool, unexpected and very cozy: you just open the doors and slip inside to enjoy some rest in a quiet corner. Or even a bed inside your floors! We’ve found some more ideas for you – look at the pictures.
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There are several ways to maximize space in a compact loft but placing the bed on the second level is the most popular one.
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Hidden bed compartment is a perfect way to hide a bed in plain sight during the day.
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If you don't have a dedicated bedroom, a murphy bed could be folded down right over a sofa in a living room.
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Any Murphy bed should have a handle that hold your bedding in place every time you hide it away.
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Building a platform where a bed could be hidden has many perks. Additional storage and floor space are among them.
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Daybed in a niche could simply be hidden behind gorgeous curtains. Much better solution than a boring closet, right?
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Your sleeping nook could look like a fairy castle outside. Perfect solution for kids rooms.
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Elevating a bed vertically could become a great space saving solution especially for movable houses.