Here’s a beautiful 17-ft. tiny house on wheels for sale featuring a Murphy bed! It was used by the original couple for four years as a comfortable tiny home for two, and now is ready for a new owner.
The back wall is beautifully set up with a full kitchen (including a stove!) and there’s an L-shaped couch bed where the Murphy bed folds down at night. The space was professionally designed with eco-friendly elements, and it’s completely off-grid.
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Off-Grid, Eco-Friendly Tiny House with Porch
This is the story of the ultimate Sprinter van conversion with 2 murphy beds custom design and built by @plansintransit. It’s now listed for sale via Van Life Trader.
It’s a 2018 Ford Transit conversion by @aubernutter and @justinjmorris, who previously built-out this class B motorhome.
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Transit Van Conversion w/ Two Murphy Beds, Shower, And More
This is a genius, adaptable, queen murphy bed that also serves as a table by Cornerstone Tiny Homes out of Guthrie, Oklahoma.
It’s the perfect way to make a living area in a tiny house serve three purposes… a cozy living area, a dining space, and a bedroom. Check it out, and let us know what you think in the comments!
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Queen Murphy Bed, Table, And Lounge, In This Cornerstone Tiny Homes Design
This is the Boehm 28ft Tiny Home on Wheels by Movable Roots.
It’s a modern 240 sq. ft. home with a main floor bedroom.
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The Boehm 28ft Tiny Home with Main Floor Bedroom by Movable Roots
Images © Movable Roots
This is the 28ft Seabrook Tiny House on Wheels by Handcrafted Movement.
It features 238 sq. ft. on the main level plus a 72 sq. ft. loft space. But if you like downstairs sleeping, don’t worry because there’s a murphy bed downstairs that doubles as your dining table.
This one-of-a-kind tiny home comes in at about
$75,000 $71,000 and you can learn more about it below. Thanks!
Seabrook Tiny House with Downstairs Murphy Bed by Handcrafted Movement
Images © Handcrafted Movement
This garage was converted into a 340 sq. ft. tiny cottage with an upstairs loft by ART Design Build.
When you go inside you’ll find an open living area that converts into a bedroom with the use of a murphy bed. The same living area triples its functionality by serving as an office with the built in desk and shelving in the room. In addition you’ll find a kitchen, bathroom, and upstairs sleeping loft as you continue exploring this tiny cottage below.
So how would you like living simply in a beautiful little cottage like this one? It would definitely do the trick for me! How about for you? Either way, please enjoy, learn more, and re-share below. Thank you!
Garage Converted into 340 Sq. Ft. Tiny Cottage
Images © Tsantes Photography for ART Design Build via Houzz
One of the most important parts of tiny houses and living in small spaces is furniture.
With the right or wrong furniture, you can either make your tiny house awesome and comfy or crowded and stuffy.
Tiny House Space Saving Furniture #22
So every week I’m going to show you several space saving furniture ideas that might work perfectly with your current or future tiny home.
This week we’ll be zoning in on space saving beds, desks, and staircases so you can add more functionality to your current space.
Staircase Storage Solutions for Small Spaces
Even More Staircase Storage Ideas for Small Homes
Last weekend on small space furniture #19 we explored murphy beds.
If you’re in a tiny or small house it’s important to choose the right furniture.
So I stumbled onto something called Mobile Wallbeds.
- Easy to use
- Easy to move
- Good looking
And they also look comfortable because you get a full-sized regular spring mattress.
In addition, they offer a few different kinds of multipurpose beds which we’ll explore right here.
Hidden Bed & Desk
The most interesting part about this one is that if you in the middle of a project and just want to set up the bed to sleep, it’s no problem.
You don’t have to clear up your desk or anything. Just fold the bed down and the desk will be waiting for you as it was in the morning.
Here’s how it works
Photo Credits: Wallbeds ‘n More
Small space furniture helps you create more storage with the same square footage thanks to smart design.
That’s why I went to visit my local Murphy Bed Center.
Also known as the More Space Place.
Surprisingly I hardly ever see many people utilizing Murphy beds in small spaces.
Maybe it’s because of the price, I don’t know.
But either way they seem to be a great solution for your tiny or small house.
Thanks to multipurpose furniture like this you’re able to…
- Hide your bed up against the wall when you’re not using it
- Bring down a desk that was otherwise hidden
- Turn your living room into a guest bedroom
The possibilities can be endless. So here’s what I found while I was there.
This is a really nice piece of furniture that can be great for guests.