Ledo Bunk Beds for Tiny Houses: Murphy Bed Style

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These bunk beds are really expensive at about $3,800 USD but I thought the idea is pretty interesting for a tiny house. And if you ever have kids over they’ve got a place to sleep. It can use some side rails up top though, that’s for sure. But besides that I thought it was pretty cool. What do you think? See how it works below, too:

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The dimensions are 39″ wide and 87″ tall. When it’s closed it’s 24″ in depth. When the beds are out it extends out a 89″. More info here.

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Murphy Style Bed & Desk in One by FlyingBeds

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Image: FlyingBeds.com

I thought you would enjoy this murphy bed style desk that’s geared towards students. It’s another great way to turn any corner of a small space into a desk & sleeping area and I think this could work out pretty great in a tiny house with no loft or as a guest bed/desk in a tiny home with a loft.

It’ll cost you at $3,351 USD including the mattress. It’s made out of steel tubes and is coated in an aluminum finish. The wheels make it easy to move around. The shelves and desk are available in either maple plywood or natural melamine in Cherry, Maple, or White.

Get more info including dimensions and functionality here.

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Murphy Style Bunk Beds: Meet the Ledo

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Image: FlyingBeds.com

This unique murphy bed style bunk bed is available in maple, cherry and white melamine. It’ll cost you, though, at $3,822 USD with mattresses included. Wall mounting is required for safety. Unfortunately there is no railing in the top bunk so these are NOT suitable for children. I couldn’t help to think that this design is great for a multi-functional bunk guest bedroom in a tiny house. Maybe this would fit in the downstairs bedroom of the Tumbleweed Lusby?

I think these would also work well in a backyard structure that you might normally use as an office, hobby room or hang out. This way when guests do come over they can have a place to stay with some privacy. So it’s a neat way to turn any room into a multi-functional bedroom of sorts. And it could probably work in a tiny home on wheels too. What do you think?

Get more info on these “flying beds” here.

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