Great Examples of a Hidden Bed, Desk Bed and Mobile Bed
Different Types of Beds
Multiple bed options are available to meet different types of living needs. From hidden to mobile wall beds, here is a comparison to available options.
Hidden Wall Beds
Also referred to as murphy beds, these types of sleeping arrangements can save space when stored horizontally or vertically. The bed can attach directly to a wall, transforming any type of space. It is ideal for studio apartments, multipurpose rooms, and rooms with limited floor space.
Beds can also be hidden and become cross functional for a desk. Operating as only a single unit, this style is always being utilized for one function or another. When the bed is opened, the desk would remain horizontal and still function as extra space. When the bed is closed, the desk will allow for a computer, lamp, and accessories to remain. This is an ideal option for students, craft enthusiasts, and people who work from home.
Mobile beds are ideal for those who want something that is movable and not attached to a specific area. These can be purchased in full or queen sizes with a clamshell style making it easy to use. Different finishes are available for the exterior to suit any room design with easy to move around casters. This option is ideal for families with children, sleepovers, or out of town guests.
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