Elevator Beds by Espace Loggia

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Not enough space in your downtown studio? We understand how frustrating this situation is (from firsthand experience), which is why we are always looking for ways to make the best use of our small living space. These elevator beds are a great way to capitalize on the height of a room, rather than the surface area.

Created by the French furniture maker Espace Loggia, these “Mobile Beds” look just like any regular old bed. Until they raise to the roof that is. Available in both double and queen sizes (the company also informed us that they do offer king size beds as well), these beds elevate during the day so you can use the same space for other furniture, or just provide a nice seating area for guests. Unfortunately there is no remote control, or one button selection to raise and lower the bed, but the manual process seems easy enough.The best part is you never have to make your bed, and no one will ever know.

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