The beds are held securely closed, and open gently for safety. Steel pivot pin and bracket points install easily without adjustments. Includes detailed instruction booklet and DVD for building a basic cabinet and for mounting the hardware. Hardware available in Twin, Full or Queen sizes. For vertically oriented applications, see our Vertical Mount Deluxe Murphy Bed Kits.
- Deluxe Murphy Bed Hardware Kits include folding tube legs, which are totally concealed inside the bed cabinet when it is closed and are manually rotated over the end of the bed face panel when it is lowered out of the cabinet.
- State of the art piston lift system and counter balancing ensure smooth operation.
- No floor mounting required; Cabinet must be anchored to the wall to ensure safety.
- Cabinet can be made of plycore, particle board or solid wood.
- Maximum mattress thickness: 12"
- Recommended for standard mattress sizes; no box spring is used.
- Hardware kits carry a 10-Year Limited Warranty.
Basic Cabinet Dimensions for Side Mount Deluxe Murphy Beds:
- Twin (#45315): 47-3/8"H x 81"W x 15-7/8"D (closed) x 46"D (open)
- Full (#43932): 62-5/16"H x 81"W x 15-7/8"D (closed) x 61"D (open)
- Queen (#46362): 68-5/16"H x 86"W x 15-7/8"D (closed) x 67"D (open)
Customer Reviews3 Review(s)
Was not disappointedPosted March 2, 2014
Great instructions, questionable stabilityPosted February 19, 2014
I was disappointed with the stability of the whole thing once it was finished. You have a choice of building this out of 3/4" plywood or particle board. I choose plywood, figuring the particle board would not hold up as well. The sides of the cabinet have started to bow outward. The bed still opens and closes, but after I close it I have to "kick" one side of the cabinet to get the whole thing to even out again and stop the side of the bed from rubbing against the cabinet (the instructions actually say to do this after final assembly). Many of the pictures on the manufacturer's web site show the bed built around a bookcase or other case furniture. I have no doubt that if you were to build a bookcase around this, it would be sturdier. For those that do not have the room to do this, or choose not to do this, I wish they had recommended that you use something thicker than 3/4" ply for the cabinet. It would not have been hard to accomodate thicker sides by altering the dimensions of the top piece a little bit. I realize that thicker than 3/4" is a special order sort of thing, but I don't want the bed to fall apart because the sides eventually bow out too far. Only time will tell I guess.