Bedroom in a Box: A Futuristic Murphy Bed

  • May 11, 2012

by Shilpi Paul

Bedroom in a Box: A Futuristic Murphy Bed: Figure 1
Boxetti’s Bedroom in a Box

For those living in small spaces, a Latvian company has created a futuristic looking way to keep all your bedroom furniture neatly folded away.

Like a Murphy Bed times three, the Bedroom in a Box manages to fit a double bed, nightstand and wardrobe into one rectangular solid, reported shoebox dwelling earlier this week.

Produced by Boxetti, who also makes similarly compact living room, workspace and kitchen modules, the Bedroom in a Box is a stainless steel construction with ambient lighting. A remote control brings down the bed, and the wardrobe is divided into six sections.

With smaller homes on the rise, we thought this was a pretty cool way to manage tight urban spaces.

Bedroom in a Box: A Futuristic Murphy Bed: Figure 2

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