These two double SICO EuroBeds went to a new Chicago Sleep Center. Allow me to toot my horn a little bit about some features. The glass doors are frosted so that medical supplies are seen but not blatant. The drop wood desk on the left is perfect for doctor patient interviews. The first drawer actually has deck on the top that doubles as a night stand when the bed is lowered. Pictures to the right suggest the benefits of using a SICO EuroBed mechanism/frame/foundation. This arrangement guarantees a very comfortable sleep no matter whose mattress they decide to use in the clinic. The sloped headboard is perfect for not allowing the pillows to escape, you notice there are no lights in this system I imagine the clinic isn't interested in the patient reading in bed.
This is a good time to point out some of the unique features of a SICO EuroBed in the photos to the right. The extruded metal frame has no patient weight limit. The two lift mechanisms you see near the front of the frame are located underneath the mattress. They are never visible. If you look closely at the side rail of the lowered bed, you can see a silver identification tag. Each of the SICO EuroBed has a serial number typed on this tag with identification of manufacturer. To my knowledge this is unique to the Murphy Bed Industry, and the reason I use SICO in my furniture factory.
Katie designed this system for the professional doctors in Chicago. Since this manufacture we have been awarded contracts for Denver and Tulsa Sleep Centers. I've been in this business 29 years and never would have thought to suggest our Murphy Beds for this industry. Good going Katie!
This double SICO Euro Bed went to Lori's place in Connecticut. The popularity of this model has been awarded a new name, the Zen Bed!