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Wall bed systems are perfect for a space saving solution without sacrificing style and comfort. These systems can be incorporated into just about any space in a home. They are available in Twin, Double and Queen sizes and accommodates mattresses up to 10” thickness. Wall bed systems can be customized with storage solutions to suite your specific needs or it can be built to stand alone.
Add closet space by including wardrobes on either side of your wall bed system. Our professionals can also integrate the Wall Bed System into your Home Office, Play Room, Basement, etc. allowing these spaces to function as Bedrooms. This is a comfortable and attractive solution suitable for any room in your home.
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We'll provide a 3D model of walk-in closet and an estimate for the cost before we start manufacturing.
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Using the finest materials sourced right here in the United States and, we create each closet design.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Murphy beds are usually floor or wall-mounted and secured in either position. Typically, floor-mounted beds are used because of the older spring mechanism systems. While floor-mounted Murphy beds are less difficult to remove once installed, they also permanently damage floors in the process, says Bob Vila, a home improvement expert. In spite of simple lift and lower features, spring mechanism systems are counterbalanced to stabilize the bed.
Many Murphy beds on the market require wall mounting. Murphy beds with stud-mounted units can be moved without causing much damage, but stud-mounted Murphy beds are the norm. Traditional wall-mounted Murphy beds rely on air piston lifting mechanisms to raise and lower the bed. Depending on the model you choose, Murphy bed installation might require different tools. This is because most Murphy beds use either traditional spring-based or piston-based lifting mechanisms.