A Smart Way To Transform A Room Into An Office-Bedroom

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12 Responses to “A Smart Way To Transform A Room Into An Office-Bedroom”

  1. Ja Kess says:

    How tall are the ceilings? With standard 8ft walls, this set up looks like it would end up being a head-banger for anyone over about 5’4″.

  2. Gale says:

    The only thing I would have you do differently would have been to make the section next to the bed a drawer to hold the pillows and blankets (leaving the closet for office items only.
    But a great job overall! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Shyrell Melara says:

    That’s so cool!

  4. Laurie says:

    I don’t see final pics – what am I doing wrong ?

  5. Adam says:

    Poor desk placement. Needs to be turned around so people can’t see what’s on your monitor when they look into the room.

  6. VEL says:

    A Murphy bed would be way easier andcheaper then use a regular desk….

  7. Angi says:

    I suggest having the mattress wrapped with a very good quality cover. Bugs, moisture, etc.

  8. jennifer says:

    I think you did an awesome job!!

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