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Sleek Space-Saving Solutions for Compact Bedrooms


Fall asleep in the comfort of the bed, dresser and accessories of your dreams

Above: Wall bed
Maximize space with a multi-purpose wall unit. Featuring smooth open-and-close mechanisms, this comfortable bed frame folds up behind the finish of your choice. Call for pricing, at California Closets


2 Parsons
Mini desk by day, nightstand by night. Stow your wireless keyboard in the drawer when you’re not typing. From $355, online only at


3 Pax wardrobe
With a bar for hangers and four wire drawers for socks and under-garments, this storage solution fits all fashions. $535, at Ikea


4 Pavilion daybed
This wide sleeper sofa will happily accommodate out-of-towners. Its hardwood frame supports an Italian leather cushion
and bolster. $1845, at Urban Mode


5 Flote M2 tablet stand
Who needs a TV in the bedroom? Watch Netflix at eye level by attaching your tablet to this adjustable metal table stand. It also makes turning pesky alarm apps off easier, too. $250, online only at


6 Wool throw by Faribault Woolen Mills
Guarantee guests have a great night’s sleep with this striped wool blanket. It also makes for a cozy couch throw. From $230, at CB2

Originally published in our Spring 2015 issue as Bedrooms: Quiet and Compact.


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