The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed
The Lori Wall Bed

The Lori Wall Bed

Regular price $ 999


The Lori Wall Bed is the simplest, most practical and most affordable Murphy bed available anywhere. Made from 100% real wood, this high quality piece of furniture will help you transform your guest room into a stylish and functional living space. Our original Lori Wall Bed is available in multiple sizes/orientations/finishes and includes detailed assembly instructions.

What's Included

Our ready to assemble Lori Wall Bed includes:

  • Wood: all the necessary pieces are precision cut in the U.S.A from cabinet-grade, Baltic birch ply. This is 100% wood and not a cheap laminate like most murphy beds on the market
  • Hardware: All the necessary screws, locks, hinges, and mattress retention strap
  • Assembly instructions: Delivered to you instantly via email in PDF format. Our assembly video walk-through is available here.
  • Please note: the Lori Wall Bed is designed not to need a lifting mechanism. You will be lifting the mattress platform up and down using you and your lifting partner’s strength.

Customer Reviews

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D.a.P.
Great for guests

We got a queen size side-mount bed to fit under a small window in our basement office (yes, there’s also an egress window in the room). It’s nice that the bed is not attached to the wall frame so we can turn the bed vertically when it’s down. It’s heavy, but we just leave it down when guests are here.

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S.J.
Effectively fills a need

I purchased this bed as a way to turn my children's small playroom into a guestroom when needed. I was very impressed with the price, quality of wood (solid!), and ease with which it could be assembled (I'm a single, albeit handy, woman and put it together by myself in just over 3 hours using the instructions and video clips). It looks really nice as a shelf, and has already served its purpose as a comfortable guest bed. I did remove one star because I do see where the wood on the cabinet is starting to split at the latch lock. I filled it with wood glue and clamped it, but I'm thinking the the future when I have company I will take the bed down and leave it down for the entire visit, instead of raising it during the day. I think the repeated lowering/raising is hard on the bed and finding the position to latch it is hard on the cabinet frame. Still, I'm a very happy customer!

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G.M.
Amazing and easy to put together

Simply put. This bed was easy to put together. Everyone who comes in and sees it in our guest room is in awe. The natural wood is the BOMB as far as looks and design. We've been able to have a 3rd bedroom in our house that isn't just a BEDroom. It's truly a 3rd room that we can use for other purposes when we don' have a guest. We're musicians and creatives and it's awesome to have a 3rd room. Thanks Lori Wall Beds!

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R.
Great Bed

I bought this bed to put on the first floor of our beach house so the room can be used in multiple ways. It's great when we have company -- we just pull the bed down and we're ready ready to sleep 2 more. When we don't need it, we put it back up and it's out of the way -- while looking like a nice piece of furniture. We find it's very easy to maneuver. Very easy to assemble using the written directions and YouTube video, too. Those that have slept on it say it's very comfortable. Have had others order this after they saw ours.

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B.b.

Queen Size RTB Wall Bed (previous version, now discontinued)

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L.C.
Love It So Far

We bought a Lori bed a couple of months ago and just installed it. We haven’t yet put the mattress in, because the room is still a work-in-progress. So here’s a WIP update:

The Lori bed was the ONLY bed I could find that suited our aesthetic needs. We wanted something modern without being generic contemporary. Also liked the fact it was unfinished wood, so if we choose to add a pop of color to the space, we can.

My husband assembled the bed nearly by himself, which went smoothly, with these caveats: The front board (the one the mattress rests on) is too heavy for one person to lift off a table (which is where he assembled it), so we did that together, which is no big deal at all. Also, the screws for the shelf in the headboard area (when the bed folds down, this shelf pops up) are slightly too long, and they popped through to the other side, which is unfortunately the top side you see. He mentioned there was a manufacture note to not overtighten, but that's so subjective. Really, the screws shouldn't be long enough to pop through in the first place. This is a bummer, because we are both a little OCD when it comes to that kind of thing. Recommend grabbing shorter screws.

Overall, love the look in the space. If there’s a way too attach a picture when the room is done and mattress in, will do.