These entries epitomized how to live big when you're short on space
This small (approximately 9' x 11') extra bedroom is the hardest working room in the house. The built-ins are designed to serve the needs of overnight guests, kids doing homework or crafts, and parents desperate for storage in a closet-challenged 1930's home. The craft wall stores photos, gift wrap, art supplies, a sewing machine pull-out as well as a telescoping craft table that magically extends to 30" long. An adjacent shallow storage wall fulfills the duel needs for a backup TV and overflow pantry storage--everything from swim towels to wine glasses to bulk-sized snacks. Finally, the remaining wall houses a work table with adjacent magnet board and a comfy queen-sized murphy bed with adjacent pull-out nightstand and reading lights above.