Local Custom Wall Bed Design in Your City

There are a variety of sizes and configurations available in Murphy Beds. Working with a designer can help you determine the best way to utilize your space and what should be included.

Design Your Dream Wall Bed

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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How We Plan Your Custom Wall Bed


You can transform your loft or studio apartment or even your home office into a fully-functioning bedroom at night and a space that can be used for other things during the day by installing a wall bed. Our cabinetry design blends built-in cabinets with built-in storage to save space.

Murphy Wall Bed Design

After we identify the functions you want your Murphy wall bed to perform, we devote our efforts to developing an organization system that looks good. You and your designer can design a wall bed that matches your décor no matter how you choose to adapt your home's appearance. Our wide range of choices ensures that your design is as distinctive as you are.

Murphy Bed Entertainment Center

A wall bed can give your guests the stylish and comfortable experience they deserve. But you don't have to do everything on your own. Let us assist you in adding a custom wall bed.

Murphy Beds Mechanism

When the bed is opened, the tool folds the bed's feet. When the bed is closed, the mechanism folds them back down.

Decorating Ideas

The parts of our custom wall beds are custom-made to fit your space and complement your décor. The different finishes of light, medium, and dark wood grains, along with other smart things, give them a personal touch. You can also choose from a variety of options.

Our Process


We would like to offer you a free in-home consultation or a video chat to learn more about your custom closet project and how we work.


We'll provide a 3D model of walk-in closet and an estimate for the cost before we start manufacturing.


Using the finest materials sourced right here in the United States and, we create each closet design.


Sit back and watch our professionals take over your dreamed walk-in closet installation.


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Why Closet Zone

That means easy, affordable, and flexible—whether you’re furnishing your home office or your business.

Manufactured in America

We manufacture all our walk-in closets in the United States to maintain the high American standard of quality, to keep jobs, to keep up with the high delivery standards, and to keep costs down.

21 Year Experience

We have over 21 years of experience in the industry and can provide you with a closet system that is perfect for your needs.

Unique Design Solution

We offer unique design solutions that will perfectly suit your needs.

5000+ Happy Customers

We are excited to keep providing the best of service to our 5000+ previous clients who have left five-star reviews!

High Quality Material Standards

We use high-quality custom closet materials and craftmanship, and stand behind every system we design and manufacture.

Professional Installation

We have the experience and expertise to get the job done right, and we always strive for customer satisfaction.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The cost of a wall bed, which is also known as a Murphy bed, varies between $1,000 and $7,500, but may range from $1,000 to $10,000 or more with a unique design.
A Murphy bed is a type of bed that is built on a platform and can be elevated off the ground. This makes it easier to get in and out of the bed, and it also makes it easier to storage items underneath the bed. A wall bed is a type of bed that is built into the wall. This means that the bed is shorter than a Murphy bed, and it does not have a platform.
Murphy beds are frequently removed and stored, so they may not last as long as conventional beds. When used regularly, Murphy beds typically last for about 13 years.
Using a Murphy bed is relatively safe, except for being trapped by the hinge, frame, or leg pinching points. The most dangerous thing about using a Murphy bed is getting trapped by the hinge, frame, or leg pinching points when lowering or raising the bed.
Some murphy bed model frames can hold up to 1,000 pounds. Even more heavyweight murphy bed frames exist, though. Depending on your weight, you would have plenty of room for pillows, duvets, sheets, and mattress toppers.

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.


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