The Murphy bed
Some call it a wall bed, a wardrobe bed or even a fold-down bed. In all of its forms, the vertical Murphy bed is the perfect solution for the furnishing of condos, lofts, studios, guest rooms and offices. LIMURO’s concepts are custom-designed to perfectly match your decor and meet your needs.
Murphy beds have greatly evolved since the first models were marketed. Basically, in a vertical position, the Murphy bed opens from head to foot, which means that users can access the bed from each side of the mattress. Convenient and easy to use, the bed is raised or lowered with a powerful spring mechanism. This is the most popular orientation, because the vertical bed is higher, but it takes up less wall space, thereby giving you more freedom for storage planning.
What would you do with more space? You could add an entertainment room, a home office, exercise room, game room or guest room.
Useful, while being virtually invisible, the Murphy bed decorates your room with a functional wall unit, which turns into a very comfortable bed in a snap. Inside the bed, you can have shelving, integrated lighting and even a padded headboard to create an inviting and relaxing atmosphere. Depending on the mechanism selected, you benefit from maximum comfort on a real mattress from 9 to 11 inches thick. Murphy beds are available in standard single, double or queen-sized mattresses.
Limuro’s team of designers devotes all its efforts to providing innovative, custom-made solutions, tailored to fit the space without neglecting esthetics. Consult with our specialists to optimize your available space and increase its functionality. Our team of designers will advise you about sizes, styles, storage options and much more so you can benefit from a cozy, comfortable bed by night and all the space you need by day!
For a more contemporary look, birch is the most popular type of wood used. Available in many styles from regular to exotic, wood’s beauty and richness are always popular. In the manufacture of many Murphy beds models, hardwood and veneers are combined to create solid, resistant and long-lasting furniture.