Small Spaces: Urban Lollisoft Murphy Bunk Beds

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Small space dwellings come with pros and cons. With many not having the extra space for overnight guests, accommodating this issue can become a problem for plenty of people. While murphy beds have been a popular topic for decades, the Lollisoft pull-down bunk beds are a fresh twist on the classic piece.

Designed by Guilio Manzoni, these beds allow you to have multiple guests at once while still saving floor space for the majority of the time. Italian manufacturer Clei offers the bed system in a vast array of materials and finishes, and even a variety of configurations.

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