| Hilario Monserrate | Bedroom
Murphy beds are the best in building up a highly functional bedroom. These beds literally reside in an integrating cabinet along with other storage.
You could tuck it into the cabinet when it is unused, leaving no trace of bed in the room. Neat isn’t it? Here are several contemporary Murphy beds and the inspiring interior design surrounding them.
A Murphy bed for a bright white large room appears in light taupe.
The tone harmonizes well with the lime green decorations filling in the storage space. The structure includes tall cabinet, smaller cabinets without hardware and alcove shelves. The bed has pillowy headboards that will receive the full weight of the bed as it is tucked into the cabinet. And when it is hidden, you will see a shelf carrying book and modern pottery collections.
A homey modern antique wooden room featuring a sight of the city view from the window has the Murphy bed to organize a bedroom and a living room as one. The scheme is simple. The Murphy bed carries also the crucial need of a living room.
It has shelves and cabinets frame the sides of the bed, with the left storage system that is wider than the right one. The left one could accommodate a TV in addition to books and other collections. When the bed is unseen, you will only see a cabinet and a comfortable window seat.
Complying with the other wooden furniture, this Murphy bed also has the wooden accent covering mostly the base structure and the space over the headboard.
Last but not least, a Murphy bed does not have to be tucked upside down. There is an interesting Murphy bed to be tucked sideway. It suits your contemporary room with low ceiling, which also means that you cannot help to dispose tall furniture.
This Murphy bed inhabits a long, chest-high single cabinet. You could make use of the space over the cabinet as extra storage for decorations.