There never seems to be enough space. If you find that you don’t have enough room in your house to accommodate overnight guests, allow your children a play area, or move freely around a room, then try out these space-saving hidden bed techniques to really utilize the space you do have.
Turn Your Office into a Guest Room
Many people turn a spare bedroom into an office so they have ample working space, but they may regret the decision when company comes over. With a desk bed, you can have a room that doubles as an office and a guest bedroom without anyone even knowing! This disappearing bed functions as a comfortable desk on which you can do all of your work, but quickly and easily opens up into a guest bed when you have visitors, whether expected or unexpected.
Make a Playroom out of a Bedroom
Turn your child’s bedroom into their own personal playroom with the help of a wall bed. By hiding the bed in the wall during the day, your child can have the space he or she needs to spread out toys, games, or crafts and really get down to business. Without the bed in the middle of the room, you won’t have to worry about kids injuring themselves when their playing starts to get a little enthusiastic.
Transform Your Living Room into a Bedroom
If your living space is extremely small, then you may want to consider getting a Murphy bed so you have a convenient place to sleep at night without having to use up valuable space in your home. Fold it up into the wall during the day so you have an open area for your daytime activities, and then take it back down when you are ready to go to sleep.
Wallbeds “n” More has all of the tools you need to make each of your rooms serve more than one purpose. To learn more, visit our website or call us at 877.734.9404.