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Small Space Furniture #16: High Tech Hideaway Bed And How It Works

You probably haven’t seen a hideaway bed exactly like this one before.

It’s a little different than your average murphy bed because of the way it works. One touch of a button on the remote and 35 seconds later you have a bedroom.

The unique feature is that you don’t physically have to fold your bed out although you will need to grab some sheets and a pillow!

But seriously the bed is perfectly hidden in the bookcase unit. And it slides out in a very unique way… You’ve got to see:

Small Space Furniture #16: High Tech Hideaway Bed Small Space Furniture #16: High Tech Hideaway Bed

Watch the video below.

In the video below you can see exactly how it works.

For more information on this bed, visit the company, The Concealed Bed.

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  • Davidrc
    January 13, 2011, 10:13 am

    I like the concept, one of the better variations of the murphy bed concept. The power feature IS nice but what happens when (not if, it WILL fail) the power drops. Unless you’re a self generator, or even grid tied with a transfer switch to deal with power company requirements, you either can’t get to your bed or you can’t get rid of it unless there is some sort of manual override designed in. Won’t go to the website as I’m afraid I’ll find out the price and I’m sure it’s up there.

  • January 13, 2011, 10:12 pm

    Wow – this is awesome. Makes my low tech bed seem like a kid building with Lego’s! But I like it. Did you see my lowly version?

    It is here: http://minkeebabygifts.blogspot.com/2011/01/how-to-squeeze-guest-room-into-small.html

  • January 14, 2011, 11:41 am

    Debra your version is awesome… and way simpler. I like!

    I agree David, some parts of it are kind of scary. Like the price and reliance on power.

  • Davidrc
    January 14, 2011, 1:39 pm

    I looked at Debra’s version earlier this morning; simple, dual purpose, as fail safe as the hand of people can make it, and even manages to look good doing it. Great job and I bet she manage to keep costs significantly less than the high tech variant the post refers to.

    • November 23, 2011, 4:38 pm

      Sorry I missed this one David, glad you shared your thoughts here!

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