Small beds, despite the tight space they give us, have several enticing features, especially those that are found in equally small rooms. In a way of saying, the beds are the result of furniture optimization. Some small beds have storages underneath. Some storage has multi-drawer façadeseven though there is only a large space occupied by an extra mattress behind it. However sometimes, there are real drawers under the bed. Underbed storage is not the only one variation we often find in small bed designs. We have seen a quite common bed decoration featuring the integration with a set of wall cabinets. In minimalistic bedroom, this type of beds is a frequent sight. Occasionally, the wall cabinet is so big that it accommodates three level shelves and a corner study table, shading more storage furniture underneath. At another occasion, the wall cabinets are quite minimized, standing tall in the either side of the empty rectangular space for the head of the bed to submerge in it. There are also two small beds in the room, under the bunk bed formation. We have seen the bunk bed for single occupant: the bed on top, tucking in a study desk underneath. Some are perfected with a ladder. Some others are done with the mounting drawers or cabinets. We have undoubtedly seen the bunk bed for two occupants: the parallel one and the L-shape one. Parallel bunk beds allow you to be creative in terms of designs. There is an example of a parallel bunk bed of which the lower level is encapsulated by tent-like façade.
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