Murphy Beds

Use Your Room In A More Functional Way.

A Murphy bed contains a variety of features which make it an extremely flexible option for multipurpose spaces. Most significant is the ability of the mattress to fold up into a piece of furniture and pull down when needed. Each unit is custom-built with a variety of storage options including shelving, cabinets, cubbies or drawers. Crown molding, trim options and decorative hardware give your new space an elegant look in a style that perfectly coordinates with your décor. All of these components combined create a comfortable place to sleep, with the added benefit of an integrated inspirational and productive workspace, bookcase, or beautiful wall unit.

The Murphy Bed Functionality

Murphy beds free up floor space and instantly give any room double use. Whether your kids have regular sleep overs or you host only the occasional guest, gone are the days you need to dedicate an entire room for this purpose. No longer resigning guests to sleep on a creaky fold-out sofa bed, these wall beds use real mattresses which make a much more comfortable resting area. Is a wall bed the right solution for you? View our frequently asked questions.

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Panel Murphy Bed

Regardless of the room size, a diverse space can be created which serves all your needs for every day use.

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Murphy Bed With Desk

When needed, simply pull down a fully functioning bed for friends or family.

The interior of the cabinet can even be outfitted with overhead lights which use a switch or remote for evening reading. No electrician needed.

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Library Guest Room

Perfect for a den or entertainment room, a beautiful wall unit can hold a library of books and display decorative items.

Deep side drawers hold extra pillows, sheets and blankets.

Sliding doors open on Murphy bed bookcase

Sliding Bookcase Bed

Shelving glides easily and smoothly on a high quality suspension system to reveal a bed which has a tension-supported mechanism making the pull down bed easy to gently lower.

Bedside tables are incorporated into this design for convenience and comfort.

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Wall Unit to Wall Bed

Make use of an entire wall by surrounding the bed with custom cabinetry. Shelving, doors and drawers store linens or other items your guests might need.

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Bifold Doors

Tall doors swing open and then fold back with this design. A wood-slat bed frame adds support to the mattress since a box spring is not used.

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Disguised Doors

Even the smallest amount of free wall space is an opportunity. Barely wider than the bed itself, this convertible unit has deep shelf storage in front of the bed.

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Pivoting Bookcase Doors

There is no need to remove displayed items from shelves as the doors smoothly swing open when you need extra sleeping space.

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Is a Murphy Bed the Right Solution For Me?

Learn about the various wall bed options and features that are available.

Sleep comfortable and in style

Get a custom bed completely tailored to your needs, with details that make the space truly unique.

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Spruce up a wall bed unit with decorative crown and base molding. The result is a beautiful piece of furniture that is sure to get attention.

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Color Palette

Rich woodgrains, stunning high-gloss, matte, or simple solid colors comprise our expansive product line. Find which one speaks to you.

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Decorative Hardware

We have the newest trends or classic styles in our selection of hundreds of options.

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Door and Drawer Front Styles

Find the right combination of color, finish and style to coordinate with (or update) your current decor.

Closet Ideas & Tips for Your New Home

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