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The 'BedUp' Pulls Up to the Ceiling, as Opposed to Folding into a Wall

 - Sep 2, 2015
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While many folding beds exist to save space by becoming part of the wall, the 'BedUp' retractable bed allows the wall space to be utilized as well. The handy design also doesn't require the bedding to be removed like a classic Murphy bed does. Everything can remain, meaning the BedUp is ready to be hoisted to the ceiling at any moment. While this may seem difficult, the design only requires one hand to pull the mattress and frame to the ceiling. Finally, furniture can be left under the bed since it has height-adjustable legs, meaning it can be raised to reveal an entire room that's already set up with a couch and table.

With rising rates in the housing market and an increase in individuals living on their own, the BedUp is extremely attractive to those looking to save space. The retractable bed comes in two versions, Vision or Cocoon, each with built-in lights on its bottom for when it transforms into an illuminating ceiling.