For the uninitiated, a Murphy bed is a wall-mounted bed that you fold up and out of the way when it's not in use. Murphy beds are one of the best space-saving tools in your home decor tool kit. If you've thought about getting a Murphy bed but decided against it, you might be shocked to learn that a DIY Murphy bed is surprisingly easy and affordable to make. On top of that, there are all sorts of unique, creative twists on the concept that can elevate your space-efficiency to a new level.


1. Economize on vertical space with a landscape murphy bed

The traditional image of a Murphy bed is a tall structure that unfolds so that the head faces the wall. This might not work for apartments that don't have a ton of vertical space or a converted loft. However, even an apartment that's not too tall can still accommodate a Murphy bed. These beds rest with one side against the floor, and when they unfold, one side will face the wall. This landscape style of Murphy bed can fit into almost any apartment.



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