Decorating a small room may be a challenge for you, especially when you are working in a compact space. A bed is a must-have item in any room. Therefore, if you could save some space for this object, your room may look twice bigger.
A sleeper sofa, also called a sofa bed is commonly used for a guesting room, as it can work as a sofa during the day and bedding at night.
Owning a sleeper sofa helps you to solve two needs at once: a sitting chair for the living room and a bed for resting every night. With the special design, the sleeper sofa allows the user to pull out a mattress with a size up to 39 inches wide.
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Sleeper sofa with mattress
Sleeper sofa with reclinable back
Bunk beds are well-known for families with kids. However, for those people who need to live in a small room like students or a low-income family, picking a double bunk bed can solve the problem of sharing a room.
As I said above, the bunk bed isn’t not only for kids but also for adults. There are many types of material such as metal and wooden bunk beds ensuring a stable for several adults.
Bunk Beds For Kids
Bunk Beds with one more Pull Out Bed for hosting a sleepover.
Equally ideal for siblings in a shared room or just one kiddo who’s always hosting sleepovers, this bunk bed offers space to sleep two. Its 100% Solid Wood frame features a full-over-full design connected by a four-step ladder. With a weight capacity of 600 lbs, this bed is great for children through adolescents. Each bed includes a slat roll foundation and two center supports that extend from the headboard to the footboard. With the sturdy mattress support, no Bunkie board is needed! The ladder can be placed near the headboard or footboard; whichever you’d prefer. A neutral solid finish lets it easily fit into any bedroom ensemble, while slatted sides offer a touch of the traditional. Plus, there’s a trundle bed that pulls out to host one more.
Bunk Beds with Trundle
This is an incredible idea for a compact room with both bedding and working. A loft bed is commonly raised on support high enough to allow the use of the floor areas. Unlike the bunk bed above, which includes a bed under a bed. A loft bed allows you to use the underneath space for many purposes: working, playing, storing objects,…
There are many designs in the market that allow you to compact a bunk bed with a desk, clothes drawer or bookshelves.
Loft Bed with a desk
Classic Murphy Bed
Murphy bed or fold-up bed was invented in 1900, however, it just became popular in the modern age when minimalism expands.
Murphy Bed Compact with a Bookshelves
This Murphy bed is a great idea for a guest room when you do not have to fold up and down regularly.
Modern Murphy Bed for Office Room
We get inspired by this murphy bed when visiting my friend’s home – a home worker. As her bedroom does not have much space for both working space and bedding, she created her own bookshelf and bed compact. The working desk and chair are placed beside the bed, then during the working day time, she can fold up the bed to leave space for moving when working.
We usually use the mattress on the wooden bed to improve the sleeping quality. However, if your home is not big enough for storing a wooden bed, only using a mattress to sleep may be a solution.
You just need to lay down the mattress on the floor for sleeping at night and lay on the wall during the day.
An air mattress, like the name, can tell you, is a mattress that is filled with air. In order to use an air mattress, you just need to pump it up and sleep on it. For saving your place, you can let the air out and keep it in your closet like a dress.
Most air mattresses are made of PVC or rubber. However, with the increase in air mattress demand, many manufacturers add another cover to the top of each air mattress called flocked fabric to improve the sleeping quality.
Not only helping in saving space, but the air mattress is also considered to prevent pressure injuries, especially for elderly people or people who spend a lot of time sitting or laying down.