In the homes of many people, space is often a main issue. Whether they live in an apartment or a house, it is quite common for people to feel as though they do not have enough space for all of their furniture and belongings to create the type of living environment that they wish to have. Another issue in homes, sometimes going hand in hand with the issue of a lack of space, is organization. People who do not have a lot of space to work with in the rooms of their homes may often find it hard to maintain good organization skills. Bedrooms are often a cause for concern both with the issues of space and organization. Some organization tips for bedrooms may suggest using a Murphy folding bed that can be stored in a closet or a wall. Folding murphy beds can create space in the bedroom by being folded up when they are not in use and subsequently lead to potential for more organization.
Also sometimes referred to as a wall bed, a Murphy bed is a folding bed that lifts up into a closet or wall when it is not in use. Since their inception, Murphy bed designs have become more advanced and now have pivot and counterbalanced features. In most cases, Murphy folding beds do not have box springs. As beds typically take about the most amount of space in a bedroom, a bed that is not always present can create a lot more open space in a room.
Murphy folding beds that fold up into a closet will also inspire closet organization typically because they require some space to be stored in there. In some cases, spear closets that are irregular shapes due to being made from leftover space in a home may not be the best option to store a folding bed. In addition to it being necessary in order to store a murphy bed, home owners who seek to have Feng Shui in their home are often encouraged to have well organized bedroom closets to ensure their health and good fortune.