The concept of a wall bed is simple; it’s a bed that you can tuck away when not in use to maximize space. Wall beds are much more than that: these beds can add style and functionality beyond sleeping. Luckily, there’s a style for every type of person and home. Let’s take a look at what they are and their fantastic benefits.
Chesterfield-style beds don’t sacrifice seating space. This luxurious option includes a comfortable sofa for day use. We recommend this style in rooms more commonly visited, like a den. The best part of this option is that it requires no heavy lifting. The bed comfortably rests between the arms of the sofa, so all you have to worry about is removing the back cushions.
The New Yorker
The New Yorker is a work-from-home dream. With this bed, you will have the option of a pull-out desk. The bed’s false door, beautifully adorned by its characteristic molding, hides elegantly without detection. Additionally, side bookcases make it easy to have your work materials within reach. It is truly a classy option for Massachusetts homes.
The Metropolitan is for you if you have a tight space but still want to feel like you have a luxuriously tall bed. Equipped with optional side cabinets that can double as a nightstand, you’ll find that you won’t need much more furniture to complete your room. Its single-panel doors are an extra space-saving bonus since they are a single panel that supports the bed when extended.
Low ceilings? No Problem! The Cosmopolitan, with its horizontal design, is a fine choice for a limited space. Even in larger areas, people will choose this style because of its ability to serve as a day bed. We recommend this design for people with busy lifestyles but still want the option to maximize their space when they need to.
Find The Right Design
Our wall beds are customizable from the finish down to the hardware. Modern designs and comfortable mattresses make choosing a wall bed a no-brainer. Book a free consultation with one of our experienced designers at Closet & Storage Concepts Massachusetts.