Custom work lets us handle WALL BEDS of all shapes and sizes

Adding custom, pull down wall bed to your home will let you reclaim the space for other purposes when you're not playing host to family and friends. Adding a classic or modern Murphy bed into a room won't disrupt the way you are already using it. The bed simply folds up into the wall when not in use. This lets you create a multifunctional room that's perfect for guests but can be used for something else when they go home. In Brooklyn and Manhattan, our custom-designed wall beds are becoming increasingly popular. transFORM designers can create a multi-functional unit that maximizes floor space and allows a studio or loft apartment to convert into a bedroom in seconds. Even in the smallest of spaces, transFORM designers know how to create custom pieces that fit your home and how you would like to use it.


With more employers offering work-at-home options every year, and more people performing freelance work and managing their busy schedules at home, you can set yourself up for success by turning that old guest room into a private home office. Wall beds can be built with surrounding shelves that hold your work supplies, and our clever designs can also include a fold-down desk for your laptop and printer.


Have you ever looked out the window in the winter and decided to curl up with a glass of wine instead of heading outside for your workout? Beat the summer heat or the cold and snow by turning your former guest room into a home gym, and you'll get a lot more out of your fitness routine. Space-saving Murphy beds allow you to keep a treadmill, yoga ball and free weights stand all in one spot. You can even add a mirror to monitor your form - and your guests will appreciate it for getting dressed, too.


I worked with a transFORM designer to custom fit the closets in my apartment. She was really professional, with years of experience on her back. She was always a delight to work with, super precise and suggested many things that I hadn't thought of for my own closets. The result was fabulous and my closets are impeccable. Thanks!

Review from

Patricia S. New York, NY

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Speaking of getting dressed, fashion mavens can transform that old guest room into the dressing room of their dreams, since hiding the bed in the wall leaves lots of extra space for storing clothes. Take over the closet, and add a few dressers, built-in shelves or an armoire, and you'll never have to worry about stuffing all of your wardrobe into one tiny bedroom closet again. A comfortable chase lounge and a vanity with a mirror can complete the design.



When the beds are folded up, your former guest room could have enough space to create a home theater. Mount that giant flat screen opposite the bed, and add dimmable lighting, blackout curtains and surround sound speakers for a premium viewing experience. Design tip - include lush but lightweight chairs that can be easily moved when guests arrive.


Whether your hobby is scrapbooking or building model airplanes, your guest room will make a great studio for your creative endeavors. Place a big worktable near the window to take advantage of natural light, and keep art supplies neatly organized in the closet or in matching boxes on custom shelves. Your own projects can add to the decor of this room to give your guests an up-close look at your talent when they stay overnight.



Adding a Murphy bed opens up so many possibilities that it just doesn't make sense to stick with an old-fashioned, permanent guest bedroom. What will you do with your extra space?

I am an interior designer. I have been ordering millwork pieces and closets from transFORM for over 2 years now. They never fail to deliver a great service, great design and have been coming up with new products and finishes which have made each of my clients very happy. Thank you transFORM.

Review from

Marie Burgos Design New York, NY

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