8 amazing interiors with a hidden bed (ideal for a small space)
one Bed behind a textured panel in the living room
A hidden bed with a folding mechanism can help out if you want to have a full-fledged living room in which you can relax and receive guests. In this apartment, a niche for sleeping was placed so that there was room for a sofa against the wall. The panel behind which the bed is hidden is decorated with wooden boards and looks like a continuation of the bright Scandinavian interior during the day. In the evening, the coffee table and armchair are moved away, and the bed is lowered down. It turned out harmoniously and comfortably; At first glance, it seems that there is nothing behind the panel.
2 Bed hidden in the kitchen area
In the small studio in the photo, they decided not to give up either a functional kitchen, or a full-fledged dining area, or a living room. Therefore, the bed was hidden closer to the kitchen. When assembled, the whole structure looks like a regular wardrobe with hinged doors. At the same time, in the «sleeping» mode, the doors create an additional sense of privacy and partially block the view of the kitchen.
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3 Hidden bed in the reception and sports room
In a narrow room, they wanted to implement three scenarios at once: a place to sleep, a space for sports and a corner for receiving guests at the table. It was impossible to do this with traditional stationary furniture, so they chose a folding bed. When it is lowered, the owners have a full-fledged comfortable bed for two. When raised, you can spread yoga mats on the floor, bring sports equipment. Or set up a table and some folding chairs to dine with family or guests.
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four Bed in the podium under the kitchen
Another solution for compact studios: the kitchenette and dining area are placed on the podium. And under it is a retractable bed. The bed is hidden from prying eyes, and on the vacated area you can arrange a living room or workspace.
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5 Bed in the podium in a small studio
In this studio, on the podium, there is a place for rest and games with pets. There are several compartments in the podium itself. The largest hides a pull-out double bed. Next to it is a drawer for storing bed linen. Even the steps have fold-down covers, in which the shoes were removed.
6 Bed in a narrow room
The narrow room in the photo is used as an area for sleeping, relaxing and working. You can relax on a wide window sill covered with pillows, and work on a table, which is fixed on the front of the drop-down bed. In the evening, the chair is moved away, the tabletop is lowered, and the bed is pulled out.
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7 Bed behind a curtain
In this studio, the bed is located in a niche near the entrance to the room. To add privacy, the bed was simply covered with a bright curtain. Now you can invite guests, relax on the sofa or at the table, and in the evening just move the curtain and go to bed.
eight Bed in office
If you have to make video calls and receive customers while working from home, it is very important to hide the bed. Even with a fold-out sofa, creating an elegant, professional space will be difficult. In this case, it is better to use a lowering mechanism. From the side it looks like a closet, around there are drawers for papers, books and bedding. It remains only to lay a bright carpet on the floor so that there is no feeling of emptiness — and you can start working!
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