173 Bedroom Storage Bed Design Photos And Ideas

A Murphy bed located along the narrowest wall of the triangular-shaped apartment.
The loft's original 1928 concrete is in tact, and while the design team sandblasted it all, not everything was removed—the owners will often find things like nails and pieces of cork in the material.
Bunk room in basement with custom artwork on floor by Sean Martorana. Curtains by West Elm.
This lower level  Assistant’s Office / Guest Suite has a secret
A variety of guest bedrooms fill the top three floors, in a configuration that closely matches the original plan of the hotel.
The smaller volume houses the two bedrooms.
A raised platform allows for understairs storage.
The raised bed platform create an interesting stepped topography in the bedroom.
The master bedroom has a fireplace perfect for cool evenings.
The bedroom for the client's grandmother.
Modern and simple bedroom for the kids.
There are four bunks for the kids' sleeping area, fitted over the wheel wells, and a door separates the parents' bedroom at the back of the bus. The mattress is positioned over the engine, so it is high, and there is clothing storage below it, on either side of the bed, and in wall cabinets above. The couple writes on their blog: "Our bedroom has so much storage we haven't even used all of it!"
Fuss-free aesthetics continue into the master bedroom, where a sloped roof with concrete paint hides the ceiling beam.
A guest bedroom on the ground floor.
A long window frames panoramic views of the setting beyond.
Bedrooms capitalize on river views and built-in storage.
The floors of the bedrooms are all carpeted.
The owners can access the pool in the backyard via sliding doors in the master bedroom.
The bedroom with built-in storage along the wall.
The parent's bedroom is located at one end of the top floor.
A porch and roof “cut-out” separates the parent’s bedroom on one end from the two children’s bedrooms on the opposite ends.
A bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
The master bedroom features a Chest of Drawers by Tejo Remy for Droog and a How High the Moon chair by Shiro Kuramata.
The bedroom contains an ingenious closet system similar to library stacks. These large sliding cabinets open up to make way for Zulaikha and Laurence as they hang their clothes or access anything else kept in storage.
The bed sits atop a platform; above it is an HVAC vent.
Bunk beds and built-in storage in the attic.
An attic bedroom.
The kids’ bedrooms are located on the second story. Karis’s room is furnished with a Fatboy beanbag chair.
The cube is connected to a discrete kitchenette with built-in cabinetry.
A “space cube”, made of Fenix NTM's matte nanotech material combined with warm oak serves as sleeping nook and storage.
A conversion with space-saving solutions in Paris.
A vintage writer's desk and chair fill the corner of the bedroom.
Built-in millwork provides ample storage in the bedroom spaces.  Danish teak beds with mid-century textiles resemble the original furnishings.
Walnut ply millwork by Ashley Woodturning and polished concrete floors with radiant heating appear throughout the residence.
To maximize space in this tiny 323-square-foot studio Budapest apartment, local design studio POSITION Collective used an elevated, plywood sleeping unit inspired by Japanese “tansu” mobile cabinetry, with secrete storage modules on the side of the steps leading up to the futon bed.
For this 780-square-foot apartment Hong Kong apartment, local practice MNB Design Studio used plywood, smart storage solutions, and tapped into the principles of origami to create a highly structured, minimalist home.
A custom headboard made of triangular pieces of black walnut is the clear hero of this 1954 Airstream renovation by ArtisTree, a designer of custom treetop and small-space homes. Because sustainability was a priority in this project, the floors are made of recycled wood (treated with the Japanese burning technique, sho-sugi-ban, to darken them), and the tiles in the bathroom are created from recycled glass.
This is Unit 4, the only one with a redwood dividing wall between the kitchen and the living room (the rest have open concrete islands).
A custom unit with handleless, lacquered doors conceals a small workspace and ample clothes storage.
An architect couple uses multifunctional furniture and a hydraulic Murphy bed with secret compartments to keep the exterior walls uncluttered and achieve a clean and lean look in their 650-square-foot Chelsea apartment.
Last but not least, the western-facing master bedroom captures stunning sunsets from its wall-to-wall windows.
Custom details like this corner bed with built-in shelving keep the younger generation’s spaces playful, but still sophisticated. With four children, utilizing space wisely became a top priority, and the family relies on custom shelving and built-ins to keep clutter at bay. The bed is custom with IKEA frames.
Turin designed the bed, console, and side tables in the master bedroom. The room gets plenty of illumination through the windows, which she had remade to match the 1925 detailing and covered in translucent Trevira fabric curtains by Rogers and Goffigon. “They provide privacy but lots of light comes through.”
One of the shelving units includes a Murphy bed, making for a comfortable sleeping space.
Idiosyncratic touches, including a recessed fireplace and a tall, ladder-like series of towel rungs, also mark the adjacent bathroom, outfitted with a fireplace near the tub.

Perhaps the room that most reflects our personality is the bedroom. It's an extension of ourselves, and there are endless opportunities to personalize, decorate, and reconfigure it to better express our individual tastes. These modern bedrooms are furnished with well-designed beds, dressers, night stands, chairs, wardrobes, and storage options—and exhibit trends in lighting and flooring.

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