The Workbed Desk

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

With all the grueling hours you put in at the office, we wouldn’t blame you for wanting to take a power nap (or two) to help get the creative juices flowing again. The Workbed concept lets you easily transform your entire work space into a cozy bed perfectly suited for power naps.

Designed by Ines Kaag and Desiree Heiss of BLESS, the desk essentially has two different modes. You’ve got work mode, and sleep mode. The space saving design also makes the Workbed a great choice for small spaces and urban dwellers as well. It’s extremely easy to transform too. With just the press of a button, the desk turns to bed, and thanks to the unique design of the sheets, they will stay attached to the underside of the table/mattress even while it’s flipped over. There’s also a nice little shelf on the side providing some extra storage space. The Workbed is part of BLESS’s No. 33 Artistcare collection. [Purchase]

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