A small Texas company has a big idea to maximize square footage with their Pocket Bedroom©, a complete bedroom contained within a tiny 24” deep footprint. The Pocket Bedroom from Bold Rooms gives homeowners and renters a practical, beautiful and affordable do-it-yourself bedroom without the cost and stress of construction or renovation.
The centerpiece of a Pocket Bedroom is wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling sliding doors which are crafted with metal or wood veneers, pearlescent high gloss, vibrant matte solids, specialty finishes like chalkboard or dry erase, and even a high-resolution image. Hidden behind the doors is an updated, simple-to-operate Murphy bed mechanism which supports any type of twin, full or queen mattress the customer prefers for a comfortable night’s sleep. The doors also conceal a closet system with the same higher-end accessories sold by professional closet companies at a fraction of the cost, including dresser drawers, shelves, rods, tilted shoe shelves, slide-out hamper and pants rack, and even a desk.
“It’s the ultimate in both functionality and distinctive interior design,” says Leslie Hearne, interior space designer and founder of Bold Rooms. “If your spare bedroom is rarely used, or your home is simply too small for your lifestyle, a Pocket Bedroom turns a home office or exercise room during the day into a cozy bedroom at night. As a stunning focal point of any room, a Pocket Bedroom is a stylish alternative to clunky outdated melamine or wood boxes which typically hide a Murphy bed.”
The “thought per square foot” of a Pocket Bedroom allows customers to live large in a small space without an exorbitant investment. Depending on the number and size of doors, door panel material, and closet configuration, the Pocket Bedroom gives you an additional bedroom for $4,000 to $8,000.
Tom Catlin, a realtor at Keller Williams Realty, says, “When you can add a room at an affordable cost, whether it’s your own home or a rental, it attracts a premium. The payback comes with enhanced lifestyle in the present and resale value in the future.”
Customers can phone a designer for help to measure, design and install, and in-person assistance is available in Central Texas. All Bold Rooms products arrive ready to install by a non-professional.
Learn more about Bold Rooms products at www.bold-rooms.com.