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Julia Fairley added this to 10 Ways to Limit Screen Time at Home29 August 2019

5. Make bedrooms device-free zonesChances are we’ve all been preached to about the evils of staring at a screen before bed. Plenty of studies categorically conclude that screen-time before bedtime disrupts sleep, and many psychologists claim that taking a device to bed can limit intimacy and compromise relationships.So before you install a TV in the bedroom or automatically put your phone beside your bed at night, consider finding it a comfy little resting place in a different room. Some people establish screen-free zones in other rooms in the home as well. Many families make the dining room a screen-free zone. For others, it’s the living room, and plenty of purists have even gone so far as to put the TV on the side of the street.Sleep Scientist Reveals the Secret to Good Sleep

Amanda Pollard added this to 7 Hardworking Headboards That Offer Storage & Style9 August 2018

3. Drop-down deskThe smart bed in this room doubles as a bureau. The deep recess contains shelves for books and stationery, and a hatch folds down to form a mini desk. The owner can prop up the surface on some pillows and work from the comfortable mattress in front of it. This may not suit someone who often works from home, but it’s perfect for a teenager who needs an extra spot to do homework.Browse through images of headboards with storage

Architect Your Home added this to How to Cleverly Add More Storage in Your Flat5 August 2018

Maximise functionWhen is a bed not a bed? When it’s a home office! Sometimes, a restriction of space can lead to the most ingenious of solutions that don’t have to cost a fortune if you keep the construction and materials relatively simple. This bed with a desk integrated into the headboard is made from birch-faced plywood, but it could be made from softwood and painted for a less expensive version, or made from solid timber such as oak, beech or other sustainable hardwood for a more upmarket look, depending on the style and feel of your flat.Take a look at these multipurpose furniture pieces

Vinita Kunnath added this to 15 Clever Storage Tips for Small Spaces30 May 2018

A bed with a similar concept has a draw-out as well, that can be used as an extra bed or to put away linen or clothing in lieu of the mattress.

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KHJ Designs LLC added this to Terp15 July 2023

We could have a custom headboard made like this to provide a work surface and be multi functional

nancysimenc added this to Cabin Life3 June 2023

Trundle. And sheets that look like a book.

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