The Three Best Types Of Space Saving Beds

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Beds don’t always have to be small to help you save space, as there are many different styles of beds – some of which that can be folded up, pushed or way or altered in some other fashion to enable you to use the same space for more than one purpose.

The different types of beds that we will be speaking about in this article are:

-Hidden Beds
-Storage Beds
-Murphy or Wall Beds

These are great value for money and allow you to get the most use out of a small space as possible, regardless of where you are living.

Hidden Beds

Hidden beds are normally beds that are pushed into the wall, so that when they are not in use, there are no signs that you even have a bed. You generally would leave the wall where this bed is located clear, so that you call pull it out easily. However, you could have smaller and lighter objects in front of this kind of bed, that are easy to move out of the way.

Storage Beds

As storage beds don’t contain heavy components and box springs, they are very easy to pull up and out of the way. There are small stilts located to the back of storage beds that enable them to be pulled out and sit easily and flat on the floor. They are ideal for storing items that you don’t use as much or seasonal clothing to give you more floor space and storage space, that helps keep your bedroom tidy. When opting for this type of bed when you have a wooden floor though, it is recommended that you invest in a space rug to that when you fold the bed, the stilts do not damage the flooring. This site has a of wide range of 4ft beds, which are ideal if you do not have room for a standard double.

Murphy or Wall Beds

Murphy beds, or wall beds as they are also known are actually cut into a wall in your bedroom and you are then able to fold them up into the space when they are not being used. These particular space saving beds can range in sizes from double to even full size kings. Although there is no real limitation on the bed size you can have installed into a bedroom wall, the wall itself does need to be thick enough to allow for a section to be cut away.

If you want to take a second room and transform it into a second bedroom but don’t want to lose space, this could be an particularly expensive venture. However, if you opt instead for one of the three bed types above, you can save a lot of money. This means that when you have a guest over that needs to use your second bedroom, you simply just have to pull the hidden or stored away bed out for them.

Not only are these beds more comfortable than an inflatable mattress or your sofa in the lounge, but they are space-saving and only need to be pulled out when they are actually in use. Many people would also find it a lot of fun to sleep on something that folds out or pulls down from the wall.