Small Bedroom Beds
Discover small bedroom bed designs for your house. These clever small bedroom beds will not only save space, but also add up to the style quotient of your house.
Space is a luxury in today’s world. You need to make the most of available floor space. Go for these creative small bedroom bed designs to optimization space.
Check out our small bedroom bed designs for tiny homes, bachelor pads and studio apartments:
Get this pull down bed for your small bedroom. Integrate it with open shelves to create a cosy nook for yourself. Fold the bed in the morning, add a few stools and it becomes a nice, lovely seating area.
Having a foldable bed is a perfect solution for a small studio apartment. It gives you an opportunity to have a spacious living room during the day and proper king size bedroom at night.
A trundle daybed is a nice way to create extra sleeping space in your bedroom. You can easily pull it out at night and roll it back during the day. Look for trundle that pops up at the same level as the daybed.
Choose this cleverly designed bed with lots of storage drawers underneath it. The headboard extends to create storage space for books and other items. You don’t need a nightstand, place lamps on top of the headboard.
Here is an ideal solution for small bedroom. The room doubles up as home office during the day with desks and shelves. At night it becomes your bedroom. Just fold out the desks and pull down your bed.
When dealing with small bedrooms, nothing beats the Murphy bed. You can fold this type of bed up into the wall when not in use. Thus, makes the floor space free for other purposes. You can buy readymade or custom designed Murphy bed to fit your space.
Here is a well designed space consisting of Murphy bunk bed, bureau and a seating area. The bed is placed high up in the wall, thus leaving the lower part usable even when the bed is down. Love the nesting coffee table and the benches.
Design build-in wall shelves for storage and a cosy window seating in your bedroom. The fold-down bed is beautifully concealed inside the cupboard. Pull it down when you need to sleep.
This is how you deal with small spaces. Make maximum use of space on either side of the door. Place twin beds with storage underneath.
Get this small bedroom layout for your home. Go for a small upholstered bed with nightstand and a tufted bench. Make sure you don’t buy an oversized bed or you would end up feeling cramped.