MURPHY BED - PDF


http://www.workbenchmagazine.com/main/pdf/wb289-Murphy%20Bed.pdf
Although it isn't rocket science. Actually, probably the hardest part is lowering the bed without getting squashed.
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You're right, it's not rocket science. It is cool though. I built one in order to keep my home office in the spare bedroom. I can drop it or lift it with one finger. My wife wants one on the bedroom deck for those nights when it's hot...
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Wed, Mar 1, 2006, 4:46pm (EST-3) snipped-for-privacy@wavecable.com (PatrickFischer) doth sayeth: You're right, it's not rocket science. It is cool though. I built one in order to keep my home office in the spare bedroom. I can drop it or lift it with one finger. My wife wants one on the bedroom deck for those nights when it's hot...
I think they look good hinging on the side, rather than on the end. But, I did like the one in Who Framed Roger Rabbit tho.
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