The traditional Murphy Bed is the simplest form of wall bed. It consists of a pivoting metal frame that rotates up and down so the bed is stored vertically when not in use. The Murphy Bed frame attaches to the floor or to a "floor saver," which is a device used when floor attachment is not desired.
There is no need to manually rotate the feet of the bed into place as they automatically move as the bed is pulled down out of the cabinet. The bed is counter-balanced and brought up and down with little or no effort.
The free-standing Murphy bed cabinet is attached to studs in the wall and uses bi-fold doors or pocket doors to hide the bed. The cabinetry is available in your choice of color and style.