16,114 storage beds king Home Design Photos

AMMOR Architecture LLP
4 Reviews
NYC Brownstone Duplex Combination
nice library cum pc room attached with bed room
brick wall behind the bed
“Over piano” — jenleemcqueen
Northern Virginia Shower Glass and Mirror Designer
ABC Glass and Mirror, Inc. is a family owned and operated business with over 40 years of owner industry experience and over 150 years of combined experience.
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
50s remodel
living room / bed room area. Ferns are so relaxing and hardy. I love this wall-topper idea, though it wouldn't fit in my space.
Square unit would go well under a window. Maybe add storage underneath?
Brick indoor flower bed
“Ich mag das "Geländer" um die Treppe. Wobei die Katze natürlich das Bild perfektioniert. Keine Woh” — Linus Reimann-Kaißer
13 Reviews
wrap around portable sofa which can be beds!
sitting area for new kitchen bright happy storage underneath
Curtains for master bed?
“This type of fabric for the curtains is so India” — hortoncat
Beth Dana Design
1 Review
Coastal Retreat
great idea if the space is not used for storage or parking cars!
Loft bed; garage door
loft bed
“loft” — epreet
Woodmeister Master Builders
1 Review
Woodmeister Master Builders - WestWind
This eat-in nook also converts to a bed! The table (dimensions 3' x 4' 9 1/2") lowers and with a cushion added converts to a queen sized bed. The benches measure: LEFT – 1' 10" x 6' 11 1/4" RIGHT – 1' 10" x 6' 6 ¾"
Yes the back of the bench is at a 5 degree angle. The cushions were not actually fastened to the bench because it opens up for storage underneath. The table also lowers to the height of the bench to make an extra sleeping option for the house, so the cushions needed to be removeable
“Oh I love it. Want a seaside cottage just like it.” — silkies
Jaffa Group Design Build
1 Review
177 white pine - new build
Something for the downstairs living space. Large couch bed for kiddos.
cool sofa/bed cozy area
red storage cubes
“I live the couch” — missrods
Turned attic storage space into two bedrooms for my kids. Did it all myself so it cost around $120 in paint and polyurethane, $15 in sandpaper for the floors, around $8 for spackle and wood filler, and $15 for trim. A couple of dollars for plastic to cut out polka dot templates. Used pieces of old
cheerful notes and ability to reflect the limited sunlight. Furniture with simple lines helps the rest of the room feel clean but not sparse. Since the beds have drawers tucked underneath, there's plenty of room for the girls' odds and ends.
“If we could have had attic trusses,,,” — sawyecin
Smith & Vansant Architects PC
2 Reviews
Shingle style home in Hanover NH
firewood storage
Stone and raised beds
raised garden bed, stones
“No painted wood” — Lisa Davidson Carson Kneifl
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