If you live in a small house, it only makes sense to save as much space as possible. Because beds take up a lot of room in bedrooms, it’s a good idea to find ways to save bed space. And the good news is that you can do it in a variety of ways.
The traditional approach is to use standard large platform beds. If you want to save space, you should think outside the box and investigate your options. Let’s take a look at some space-saving beds that will take up less space in your home.
1. Sofa Sleeper With Storage
A sofa sleeper is an excellent choice for small-space sleeping. It provides you with sitting space during the day and does not confine you to couch cushions at night.
If you can find one with storage, like this one, you’ll have a place to store your comforter and pillows when the bed isn’t in use.
2. Convertible Chair
A convertible chair is a great option if you have a spare room in your home that doesn’t require a bed full-time but still needs a place for friends to crash now and then.
When folded, it takes up very little floor space and provides plenty of space for one person when spread out.
3. Murphy Bunk Beds
Finding twin beds for small rooms is difficult enough, but it becomes even more difficult if you require a sleeping space for more than one person. However, it is much easier to do with a murphy bunk bed set.
This is a great option for anyone who has grandkids who visit every now and then, or for anyone who has a rental house and needs some extra sleeping space. They’re out of the way when they’re not in use!
4. Loft With A Desk
Beds take up a lot of floor space, which is especially difficult for a child who has a small bedroom because it leaves little room for studying, reading, or playing. With a loft bed, you can take advantage of the room’s height while clearing the floor.
This loft bed is especially appealing because it includes a desk and a study area. It also has some extra shelving for additional storage.
5. Hidden Sofa Bed
Sofa beds are the best-hidden beds for small spaces because they are both cozy and functional. This model does not have built-in storage, but it is a full-size sofa when the bed is folded up and has plenty of sleeping space when the bed is pulled out.
6. Classic Murphy Bed
Finding good double beds for small rooms can be difficult, especially if you want a comfortable mattress. The classic murphy bed is one solution to this problem. It’s nothing fancy, but it stows away nicely when not in use and doesn’t have to be folded over to do so.
7. Bookshelf Bed
If you don’t like the idea of a loft bed as a way to make use of the height of your small room, a bookshelf bed like this one is another option.
This bed has plenty of storage space both under the platform and along the length of the bed. The shelves can hold books and trinkets, and the drawers can hold socks, blankets, or anything else you want to hide.
8. Elevated Air Mattress
We’ve all slept on an air mattress before, but even the most comfortable ones are difficult to get in and out of because they are directly on the ground. And, if your small room is intended to be a guest room, that arrangement will be difficult for your visitors.
An elevated air mattress is one way to combat this. It only needs to be inflated when needed, but it stands as tall as a regular bed, so no one has to hurt themselves getting in and out of it.
9. Bunk Beds & Loft
Looking for a unique solution to small space beds? Take a look at this setup!
It’s a traditional bunk bed in the shape of an ‘L’ with a loft bed. This provides enough space for three people to sleep as well as enough space for the attached desk. It’s an excellent way to make the most of your room’s height.
10. Loft Bed With Storage
If you don’t have enough floor space but also need more storage space, a loft bed with storage is an excellent solution.
You have plenty of cabinets and drawer space with this setup, as well as a place for someone to sleep. Not to mention how adorable it is.
11. Platform Corner Bed
While cramming a mattress into the corner of a room isn’t exactly appealing, a headboard that causes the bed to take up extra space isn’t always ideal.
This platform bed solves the problem with its unique corner headboard, which gives it a more stylish appearance. It also sits high, giving you a lot of storage space beneath it.
12. Bunk Beds With Trundle
A full-size bed for a small room is not difficult to find, but a full-size bed in addition to two twin beds is not.
Because of the twin bed above the full-size bed and the trundle beneath it, this bunk bed configuration sleeps three (possibly four) people.
13. Compact Foldable Bed
This little bed folds up accordion style into a small square and is one of the more creative beds for small spaces. It won’t fit many people (it’s quite small), but it’s still preferable to sleeping on the floor.
14. Stackable Beds
These stackable beds function similarly to trundle beds, but neither is significantly lower to the floor than the other when both are set out. These are the best beds for small rooms of kids who regularly have sleepovers with their friends.
15. Dresser Murphy Bed
Murphy beds are fantastic in general, but traditional models aren’t exactly compact. Rather than taking up an entire wall, this murphy bed folds up into what appears to be a dresser. When it’s all packed up, it’s unobtrusive, functional, and quite stylish.
The daybed is one of the best bed solutions for small spaces. It can be used as a seat during the day, and all you have to do at night is reposition your pillow to sleep on it.
Day beds are especially useful in rooms with unusual layouts, where a bed cannot be placed in a corner or protrude into the floor due to a lack of space.
17. Classic Storage Bed
Storage beds for small rooms are an excellent way to maximize your space without sacrificing a high-quality bed. Most storage beds have plenty of drawers and shelving for storing items while still being designed to support a standard mattress.
18. Classic Bunk Beds
Bunk beds are the epitome of classic design. It’s the best way to fit two beds into one room without taking up too much room. They’re especially useful in children’s rooms because who doesn’t want to sleep on the top bunk when they’re ten?
19. Folding Bed
The classic foldable bed is the best space-saving bed solution. It’s not the most comfortable option, but it folds up easily and can be stored in the closet when not in use.
If it’s good enough for hotels, it’s certainly good enough for your visitors (or you)!
20. Daybed With a Trundle
As previously stated, daybeds are an excellent way to save space, but you can get even more sleeping space if you buy one with a trundle to go underneath it. This is an excellent solution for a child or adolescent who enjoys having friends sleep over but does not always have enough space in their room for two beds.
There are numerous ways to design a space-saving bed that is both functional and fashionable. Whether you have a small apartment or are simply looking for different bed options, these ideas will make your bedroom stand out from the crowd.
You’ll get the comfort of a nice and cozy place as well as the peace of mind that everything is organized with space-saving beds.