The Bedroom In This Tiny House Comes Out Of The Ceiling

Photo: Courtesy of Yo! Company.
We often have to make a few crucial decisions when moving into a new apartment: Do we want a normal-sized bed, or enough space to sneak in a tiny dresser? Do we want a place where we can eat dinner or a proper living-room setup? Thanks to YO! Home, the convertible apartment from Simon Woodroffe (the man behind Yotel and Yo! Sushi), we can have all of the above and more — all in just 431 square-feet.

Click through and prepare to have your mind blown as this tiny space transforms. If this is what homes of the future will look like, we're all in for a treat.
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Photo: Courtesy of Yo! Company.
"Our vision is tower blocks of single-space YO! Homes in city centers around the world, from Manhattan and Buenos Aires to Tokyo and Shanghai — changing the way people live in small spaces while addressing the growing population issues," Jack Spurrier, managing director of YO! Home, tells R29.
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In order to accommodate a comfortable sleeping situation and space for guests to rest, the home's bed sits atop the U-shaped sofa when in use. When friends come over, a tiny motor lifts the bed into the ceiling, where it doubles as a lighting feature.
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Like the ceiling, the floor works double-duty as well, offering hidden storage compartments and a four-person dining-room table.
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The bathroom, which is separate from the rest of the space, has a spa-like feel.
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Who needs closets when you've got so much extra storage hiding under trap doors in your floors?
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The Yo! Home will make Murphy beds and clunky plastic bins old news. We can't wait for the creation to be rolled out stateside.
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Just like magic, this "pocket kitchen" can completely disappear with the help of a few sleek doors.
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