This 520-square-foot backyard retreat in Portland, Oregon, features warm salvaged wood paneling and a sofa that transforms into a full-size bed.
In cramped New York City, Milan Hughston's one-room West Village apartment functions as both a living and sleeping space. During the day, a custom-made Murphy bed remains concealed by a gold curtain, allowing Hughston to relax or entertain friends.
An eco-friendly cabin in the Wisconsin woods contains a module that can transform from a coffee table into an additional bed.
In order for her Tokyo apartment to double as an office and a home, architect Yuko Shibata fashioned a sliding wall that can quickly turn the dining room into a meeting space.
Almost all of the furniture in Becky Nix and Aleksander Novak-Zemplinski's Warsaw apartment is self-designed, including rolling shelves that can be stored under the kitchen island or placed elsewhere to create a library in any corner.