Hidden Bed Ceiling

Simon Woodroffe has a solution for those who live in tiny apartments, but don’t want to sacrifice luxury…a bed that retracts into the ceiling when not in use. Other space-saving features in the 430-square-foot YO! Home include: a small kitchen that folds into the walls, a pop-up dining table and hidden storage tucked into the flooring. To make the bed transition seamless, a near-silent, yet tiny, motor moves it from ceiling to the floor. In case of power outage, there’s also a manual crank, so you won’t have to sleep on the couch. Continue reading for more pictures.

Bed Goes Into Ceiling


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