The method of manufacture for our TV Bed configuration involves custom structural modifications to the steel frame supporting both the TV and mattress. You choose the TV and soundbar, and ship them to our factory so we can remake the frame for your unique system.
Every one of our systems is stood up in the factory before shipping. We almost always have a TV bed scheduled in the manufacturing line.
Murphy bed with TV is a popular request at FlyingBeds. This California King was our 17th TV Bed, and still the largest to date. The 70″ Sony television is housed in a Select Alder system of mitered raised panels. We used a custom wiping stain for color and semi-gloss lacquer for hue and depth. A real beauty.
An attractive pool-room setting in Los Angeles. But you know us, we prefer to show you the mechanical part of our expertise. Four compression power packs, with tubular steel frame electrically arc welded with strengthening struts.
Need a TV bed faster than our 8-12 week Autumn lead time? This queen size beauty is ready to ship and can take up to a 12″ thick mattress. 43″ TV and sound bar included. Features include interior nightstands with charging station, interior lights, sloped headboard, interior back panel, and base cove trim. The back is notched out for baseboards. The wood is select Alder with a custom distressed finish. We’re happy to mail you a sample of it to ensure it complements your home.
Email SuperSonic at FlyingBeds .com with your zip code for pricing and a freight quote.
This far into the development of the unique combination Murphy Bed with TV has been aided by the development of ultra-thin TVs. Not only are the televisions wider, they are lighter, making them easier to lift and to hide away.
A negative to the development of the ultra thin televisions is sound reproduction. You’ll notice, located below the TV is a separate sound system by Sony, but the brand choice is yours. For your TV Bed, you’ll need a sound bar that adds theater surround sound.
This system was built for Gerald in Houston and is solid Cherry with a Dark Walnut stain and satin sheen lacquer final coat. This configuration of mitered, raised panels is more elegant than these factory pictures suggest.
Even with the television off, this black-oiled lacquer finished murphy bed system looks very elegant in Mrs. Norris’s living room. This system is 71″ wide, $7,500. Pull the stainless-steel handles and a queen-sized bed is lowered into the room. The 42 inch television remains 7″ off the floor when the bed is lowered. — Don’t ask the other guys to attempt this trick.
Mrs. Norris’s mattress is 14-inches thick. Very comfortable, but you can use any mattress you like. We just need to know the thickness and weight so we can calibrate the mechanism for your mattress.
This Shaker style system is a queen bed made of Alder with 65″ TV and a sound bar in the bed face. Here it is in the factory before we finished it and took it down to Scottsdale, AZ for installation:
This marvel of engineering is a FlyingBeds first and definitely a FlyingBeds exclusive: a TV and a craft table built into the bed face. This maximum functionality gives the room not two but three purposes: guest room, entertainment room, and craft room or home office. We guarantee no one else in the Murphy bed business can build anything like this!
Mitered raised panels and Benjamin Moore Super White in conversion varnish really make this an eye-catching piece, and our high standard of craftsmanship means it will serve its family for many years to come.
Cathy’s Simplified Gothic style queen TV bed made of Cherry with a natural/clear finish.
Another white queen TV bed
This King has a 70″ TV in the bed face and was featured in Bend, Oregon’s Parade of Homes. We sent this system out unfinished so Greg could have his carpenters stain it to complement his exposed beams and custom doors and trim.
Email us at Pilot@FlyingBeds.com and we’ll help you start your Custom TV Bed design! You choose the TV and sound bar and ship them to us for installation.