10 Space Saving Beds & Bedrooms

One example of simple space repurposing would be to utilize the unused area under a staircase, like this cozy double bed set up. The custom made platform bed fits snugly into the under-stair alcove, and the design also incorporates under-bed and over-bed storage that runs straight into the side of the stairs too.

This bedroom harbors four beds but still looks to have masses of floor space. The centrally placed ladder becomes a design feature rather than a hindrance, and the clean crisp lines of the bunks almost become moment of contemporary architecture.

Generally, when you move the bedding space up, you are be able to find room for a lot more things. Storage shelves, a clothes rail and even a wash basin find a home under this high shelf-bed; the arrangement here also makes nice use of the high placed windows.

This adult cabin bed makes room for a home library and media cabinet, which allows the extra gained floor space to become a lounge and entertainment area. A dual use makes a small bedroom feel like a much more luxurious suite.

A mezzanine level is a winner in double height homes for all sorts of uses, but a bedroom hidden in the rafters is one of the best.

This one is like a room within a room.

Now you see it, now you don’t.

Though the concept of Murphy beds has been around for a while the newer designs are sturdier, sleeker and pack in multiple features.

Though the concept of Murphy beds has been around for a while the newer designs are sturdier, sleeker and pack in multiple features.

Flipping the mattress takes on a whole new meaning with this Work Bed that turns over to reveal a desk.