Space Saving Beds for Small Apartments

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Beautiful space saving bed (www.lunchboxarchitect.com)
Beautiful space saving bed (www.lunchboxarchitect.com)

Small living has its perks. However, decorating it provides an extra challenge. When decorating a small place, there is usually compromise needed. You may have to give up your dream wine cellar, your big TV or your classic dining room. Space saving beds offer a solution to this problem by creating convertible rooms. You can create a home cinema by day, a bedroom by night. They can turn a fun playroom into a cozy bedroom for two.

We would like to share a quote by Hans Hofmann, a pivotal figure in Abstract Expressionism, that applies to small living. “The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak”. Beds become unnecessary during the day. “Hide” them and the room will instantly open up, giving you more space for everyday activities.

We browsed the web and brought you 12 amazing space saving beds to simplify your décor. Let’s check them out.

Practical Murphy bed (www.houzz.com)
Practical Murphy bed (www.houzz.com)

There is a wide variety of space saving beds to choose from. Save space without compromising on comfort with a Murphy bed. The bed “disappears” into the wall, freeing up floor space and maximizing the functionality of the room.

Beautiful bedroom design accentuates the configuration of the room (www.ginaallendesign.com)
Beautiful bedroom design accentuates the configuration of the room (www.ginaallendesign.com)
Save space with a slide-away bed (blog.smartglassinternational.com)
Save space with a slide-away bed (blog.smartglassinternational.com)
Espace Loggia's "Pop and roll" bed (livinginashoebox.com)
Espace Loggia’s “Pop and roll” bed (livinginashoebox.com)
Space saving raised platform with integrated bed (www.digsdigs.com)
Space saving raised platform with integrated bed (www.digsdigs.com)
Clever use of space in a 58 sqm studio apartment- Designed by Dan Vakhramieiev (www.homedsgn.com)
Clever use of space in a 58 sqm studio apartment- Designed by Dan Vakhramieiev (www.homedsgn.com)

By integrating a mattress into a raised platform you can maximize both storage and floor space. You can easily slide it away when not needed. Also, the mattress can be used as a bed by night and a sofa by day.

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Space saving beds- A bed with a twist (www.decorativebedroom.com)
Space saving beds- A bed with a twist (www.decorativebedroom.com)
Dreamy mezzanine bed (www.decorativebedroom.com)
Dreamy mezzanine bed (www.decorativebedroom.com)
Space saving beds- A stylish choice for every room (www.houzz.com)
Space saving beds- A stylish choice for every room (www.houzz.com)
Space saving bed perfect for a sleepover (www.houzz.com)
Space saving beds- Perfect for a sleepover (www.houzz.com)
Sellex's "La literal folding bunk bed"- designed by Lievore Altherr Molina (architonic.com)
Sellex’s “La literal folding bunk bed”- designed by Lievore Altherr Molina (architonic.com)

Space saving beds will help you enjoy living small without compromising. Use them to maximize and make the most out of the space you’ve got.

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