TreeHugger has shown many ways to hide the bed; most are designed to gain more space. But the Red Nest by Paul Coudamay doesn't; the bed is still there taking up space, but is hidden by the sliding bookcase.
My dream! "The Spiral Cellars design/build firm will dig a hole in whatever room you want your cellar in and haul the dirt right out the front door. In the remaining void they infill a spiral-staircase wine cellar.
This hideaway trundle bed is built into an armoire unit in the main room of a studio. When closed, the bed tucks under counters in the kitchen and walk-in closet. Our guest rooms have murphy-beds, and they are genius.
Creative Counter Space for a small kitchen. Here, a rolling cart tucks neatly into this island to offer additional workspace as needed. The cart can be wheeled throughout the kitchen to give multiple cooks room for meal prep and staging.