By Gary Wong
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Wall bedAlso known as the Murphy Bed, heavy-duty hinges allow the bed to fold up into the wall, leaving floor space for, in this room, another study chair.The concept of a wall bed works better when it’s customised as the interior designer can integrate it seamlessly with the scheme for the space. For instance, here, it will look like it’s part of the display/bookcase when it’s folded up.
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After you decide where your bed will go and what purposes the room will serve, you’ll want to consider the quality of the mattress, which can vary, just like with any mattress. (Don’t confuse these units with fold-out couches. Murphy mattresses are typically much more comfortable because they don’t have a fold bar in the middle.) Testing quality “is something you’ll really want to do in person,” says Bernstein. “Nobody can sit on it for you.” She also recommends testing the unit to see how easy it is to pull down and back up.