Setting up home office for remote working during the Covid-19 lockdown can be challenging when you don’t have an extra bedroom. Consider space-saving solutions before just buying any desk. Let’s check out some awesome ideas for converting bedrooms, guest rooms, or even kids rooms into spaces inspiring for working from home. Work From Home Desk …
We attended the Dwell on Design show at the LA Convention Center, the largest design exhibition that brings together like-minded businesses, designers, and consumers. Here are some of the beds we saw:
Urban Green, a New York-based furniture maker, has all of your style and functional needs covered by customizing one-of-a-kind sleep solutions. I found this shot on CustomMade.com.
Found on CustomMade.com, this bed is really inspiring to see the use of reclaimed wood. Queen Pallet Wood Murphy (made to order) Base for front is 3/4in plywood. Interior is pre-finished maple plywood (no particle board) 12in wide x 12 in deep fixed shelves on each side. MB is 85in tall x 65-1/2in wide x …
BredaBeds.com introduced a sleek line of foldaway beds to offer space-saving options. See more of their Urban Murphy Bed line. Here’s the Penthouse line:
A gem in San Francisco, MScape features European lines of contemporary furniture that I’ve blogged about in the past, but haven’t had the opportunity to link to due to the availability in the US. Check out the line of wallbeds they offer: http://mscapesf.com/
An idea book of great designs for kid spaces
Although most of our homes feature an 8ft ceiling, most of us don’t always use all the vertical space the room has to offer. Why not stow your bed above your desk or sewing table until you need it. That way, you don’t be tempted to put something off to take a nap. “Hm… all …
Get to sleep faster – try wheels! Wall Beds’n More, a California retailer of wallbeds offers wall beds that you don’t need to bolt to the wall. Can’t decide where to put your murphy bed? Fear no more, with the mobile wall bed.