Space-Saving 100 Years Ago | 17 Weird Ideas (That Failed!)
Wildest and creative ideas (Lifestyle, Furniture and Transport). Some of these ideas for Small Space Living has clearly inspired today how we live today!
Campbed trunk - MADAGASCAR
Features : Middle position for reading. Reinforced canvas (screwed to the structure). Two flip-out shelves. Leather trim and handles. Chromed brass fittings. Crafted from fine woods such as Rosewood, Cherry, Sapelli and Australia. Rosewood finish and French polishing. No assembly required. Dimensions : Width : 81 cm Depth : 27 cm closed Depth : 206 cm open Height : 85 cm Weight : 44 Kg
Metamorphic Furniture: The Original Small Space Solutions
Oh, we think we’re so clever with our storage ottomans and Murphy beds. As it turns out, double-duty furniture has a long and rich history. Pianos turning into beds, bookshelves turning into tables, even, incredibly, a sofa that transformed into a bathtub. A cousin of campaign furniture, metamorphic furniture was designed to change functions and often involved moving parts.
Discretely Disguised Guest Beds
Wheelers Cot - Keeping a guest bed doesn’t have to mean buying an air mattress or having a full-size bed because the Wheelers Cot is small enough to fit in ...
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Recreation of George Washington's folding field bedstead. In Walnut Wood with hand sewn hemp canvas foundation. Interpreted from multiple sources including observation of the original at Mt. Vernon. By livinghistoryshop.com
BRITISH CAMPAIGN FURNITURE - Elegance under Canvas
A hardback book with dustjacket, which is the first ever devoted to this fascinating subject, it describes and illustrates the remakable furniture made by such renowned designers as Chippendale, Hepplewhite and Sheraton for travel in The British Empire. The book shows examples of some of the most stylish pieces of portable furniture ever made such as the ingenious knockdown tables, chairs, sofas and beds.
19th C English Regency Mahogany Campaign Bed by Morgan and Sanders
This English Regency campaign bed retains the original brass label: "Morgan & Sanders, 16 & 17 Catherine Street, London." This bed was crafted as a bed or seating for military officers or traveling diplomats. This metamorphic chair-bed can be use as a wing chair, a bed, a bench, a recamier or a table. The bed is made of solid mahogany with ash fold-out bed support and has fabric cushions that has been reupholstered with hand-tufted buttons. A similar campaign bed by the same maker is…