8 Smart Beds For Small Rooms
We have repeatedly discussed about approachable solutions for small rooms, whether a living or a bedroom. In general, these solutions, beyond some visual effects induced by various chromatic tricks, are based on a smart distribution of storage spaces so that furniture items become multi-purpose. As a proof to that, here are some smart beds for small rooms, ideas coming via Contemporist.com
This bed becomes a desk when folded up into the cabinet so you first have a bed in which to rest and then be able to keep up with the regular rhythm of a day and indulge in work. Once folded up one can hardly notice the discreet presence of the bed.
This custom designed built-in bed maximizes the space in a small room by including plenty of storage, both on the front side and inside, along the sleeping area.
This project is truly unique – the elevated bed is designed with a closet beneath the bed, sufficiently spacious to help you save some consistent space.
This is the bedroom of a student in which the bed folds up and turns into a desk during the day. The space can also be used for various “recreational” activities, too.
As we said, if space is relentless horizontally, then tackle the challenge vertically. A loft bed is always a great way to use small spaces efficiently. This loft bed was designed for a couple to have space for their newborn baby to sleep below them.
Here is another example of a bed that flips up and out of the way. This one has a table attached that can swing out when needed.
A simple couch that can expand to become bunk beds. Easy to notice the amplitude of the space you can save by turning to such a solution.
Bunk beds again, looking s a genuine living fortress in which storage spaces play a central role. These bunk beds and storage have been designed to perfectly fit the room, making the most of this small space.