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Fold Out Room Style

Packing and moving has also been made simple. All you have to do is fold up your bedroom and roll the box to your car. It’s so simple yet so modern.

With this new furniture piece, you can experiment more with your living space. One day you can have the living room in the bedroom and the study in the living room. This is the perfect idea for people who live in smaller apartments and houses.

Just like the bedroom that comes out of the wall, technology and packing methods have allowed us to not only put a bed in the wall but also a night stand. Some of these beds fold in half like an accordion so that there is more space above it.

Have you ever thought of how useful it would be to have a portable study? Sometimes there is just too much noise that affects our work. All you have to do is pack the furniture together into a slender box like a child’s building block game. You can then move to a different room and unpack the box with ease.

Dining room sets can be made into these portable modules. Sometimes we just don’t have a large enough space to do yoga or exercise. Although this could apply to any room, many people want to use the bigger room. These tables can fold into narrow blocks and put against a wall.

The style also works perfectly for modern houses. When all pieces are put together into one big block, the geometric shapes become a beautiful and trendy wall mural without drawing too much attention.