Anyway, I've been thinking about getting a bed for the room for those potential future guests and for those nights when my boyfriend is snoring so loudly that I can't sleep in the same room as him. Please tell me I'm not the only one...
The room is tiny:
I'd like to fit a queen size bed in there if possible since they're only 6" wider and 5" longer than a full size bed and tend to sleep two people more comfortably.
Here's what I'm thinking:
Guest Bed #1
Julian Bed // World Market
[ Image via World Market ]
I'm in love with this bed. I almost bought it over the holidays but then I talked myself out of it because I was afraid it'd be too big for the room. That being said, I love the shape of the headboard and that the wood is a little distressed. It's currently on sale for $399 which isn't too bad!
Guest Bed #2
Lubi Daybed // CB2
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CB2's Lubi daybed would solve a lot of the space issues I'm having since it's nice and compact. It's also very versatile since it transforms from a twin bed to a queen bed by simply unstacking the cushions! The only problem is it's $899. Yeah. I like it, but I don't know if I like it that much haha
Guest Bed #3
Hemnes // IKEA
[ Image via IKEA ]
As much as I'm trying to de-IKEA my home, you really can't beat their prices! I guess there's two versions of the Hemnes bed but I like the one pictured above because it looks a little less complicated than the other one. It's also only $199 which, like I said, can't be beat!
Guest Bed #4
Either/Or Convertible Sofa // Urban Outfitters
[ Image via Urban Outfitters ]
I love the mid-century modern vibe and the tufted cushions/arms of the either/or sofa. If you push both of the back cushions down, the sofa converts into a twin size bed. It's a little more than I'd like to spend at $649 but I could almost justify the cost since you're getting a sofa and a bed in one piece of furniture!
I don't know if any of those are winners but they're my top choices as of now. I've been checking Craigslist for a possible bed but haven't found anything. There's always the option of DIYing a bed but I don't know if I'd feel comfortable doing that. I can build other things but those don't actually have to hold a human's weight haha
Which bed would you choose?