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Using your bed as more than a bed

In many homes a bed is a central piece of furniture not just at night, but round the clock. When space is limited, it’s especially valuable to put your bed to use throughout the day.
Wide, colourfully made bed with lots of cushions and a game of chess on top. Bed linen stored in boxes underneath.
Wide bed divided down the middle by a curtain hanging just over it, one side of the bed equipped as a workspace.
Shared bed, divided activities
A curtain dividing your bed in two halves enables different activities to go on side by side. On one side, quarters for sleep or relaxation. On the other, a complete home office: all you need hanging by the bedpost, directed light, cushions for back support and a bedside laptop stand.

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A daytime lounge for relaxed comfort
Once a bedspread and a set of cushions are in place, a bed offers a perfectly cosy gathering spot for the family. Board games, study tools and more can be stored underneath, while the top can take the role of a miniature living room.
Put your feet on the table
Go with a distinctly different dinner table – and use your bed also for eating. Place a length of fabric as table cloth over a mattress protector to minimise spills. The rest of the bed works as both seating and a different kind of table decoration.


If you love snacking, read more here: How to eat snacks in style


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Made by

Interior designer: Chiara Effroi Lutteri
Photographer: Måns Jensen
Writer: Henrik Annemark