Murphy Beds

William L. Murphy hated trying to entertain guests around the double bed in his one-room apartment. So he invented a bed that lifted up into a closet when not in use -- and in 1900 he applied for a patent for his idea. His invention became known as "The Murphy Bed." Today these beds are enjoying a strong comeback.

Since the late 19th Century, Murphy beds have provided the perfect solution for rooms with limited square footage, combining the need for usable space, storage, and sleeping quarters.

14 Suppliers

Dartmouth, NS
Manufacturer of laminate and all-wood wallbeds and deskbeds. Made in Canada and shipped worldwide.
Louisville, KY
Murphy bed mechanism for do-it-yourselfers. Features a piston lift system and includes complete instructions.
Denver, CO
Manufacturer of wall beds in twin, double, king and queen sizes.
Gardiner, ME
An information and review resource about furniture and accessories for the living room, bedroom, kids room, dining room, kitchen, entertainment room and home office.
San Jose, CA
Murphy Beds in many sizes, as well as pull-down beds without bifold doors.
Alberta, SK
Custom kitchen cabinet manufacturer, located in western Canada, selling through dealers in Canada and the US. Also selling Murphy beds.
Our custom wood furniture is hand designed by woodworkers specially trained to create antique reproductions. High quality materials used to hand-make and finish furniture make…
St. Augustine, FL
Supplier of murphy beds suited for do-it-yourself installation.
Santa Monica, CA
Murphy beds, desk beds, Tempur-Pedic and AirBed mattresses. Styles range from contemporary to traditional.
Lincolnwood, IL
Chicago distributor of Murphy beds with installation available in the Midwest and shipping nationally.