Living in a tiny house has its perks. You do have a certain space—even if its figurative—when you live in your own home, even in a tiny house. Most tiny houses have upstairs lofts that are mostly bedrooms, but how do you choose a bed to place in that cramped mini-attic?
There are ideas, of course, and we’re listing them here. If this is your first time going tiny house, you should take a look at this for some inspiration for your tiny house bedroom.
Perhaps the best idea so far, a futon mattress makes sense for your tiny house. If you’re asking why, then consider this—you can fold it up when you’re not using it. It transforms into another chair for your guests or you to sit down on. If you’re sleeping, stretch it out to make it into your bed.
It makes sense for you to transform that extra upstairs space in a tiny house into a loft. There are lots of reasons, but the top one is that it’s almost always spacious. Aside from that, consider this—mankind never really needed spacious rooms to sleep in. You put a mattress or futon here and you’re good to go.
Fold-up Electric Bed
If you’ve got money to spare, you can design your tiny house bed to have a little flair. Some designs feature beds that can fold up into a sofa and, when it’s time to sleep, flip the remote and you already have added space. That’s one way of making sure that you can use whatever extra space you have and sleep with style.
This is just another futon or mattress option you can opt for. When you’re sleeping in a tiny house, you don’t have room for a bed frame anymore. That’s where the memory foam comes in; if you’re sleeping on the floor, which is what you’re going to do most of the time, the memory foam will keep you from sleeping in uncomfortable postures.
Those are only a few ideas for your tiny house bedroom. You can get inspiration from them or add them to an already existing idea in your head.