We Offer Our Murphy Beds In A Variety Of The Best Materials


Choose the material for your furniture that is perfect for your room from four classic types.

Contemporary Melamine

Modern melamine is a flat surfaced material. It is highly cost effective and comes in many more colors and beautiful wood grain finishes and textures than unstained and prefinished veneers. It is resistant to heat, moisture, stains, abrasions, warping and delamination. The surface is permanently bonded to a ¾ inch industrial grade particleboard core that has proven itself year after year. Particleboard is made from forestry byproducts and residuals, thus aiding the environment by recycling this raw material into higher value-added products that would otherwise be discarded.

Wood or Metal Veneers

Flat in appearance, real wood veneers are beautiful in their own right. The plywood core is both strong and light so that this material is favored when weight is a consideration. Metallic laminates come in over 100 designs in aluminum, brass, copper and stainless steel that are ideal for an expressive contemporary look.

Thermo Foil

Thermo Foil presents a classic look that blends with any interior. Thermo Foil is a heat-applied vinyl coating on an MDF (medium density fibreboard) core that has been routed out to create a design. The product gives you the classic raised panel or shaker style real wood look at a comfortable price without the expense or upkeep and is available in a wide range of colors and woodgrains.

Solid Wood

Wood is a beautiful, durable and very stylish choice for any home that never disappoints. All of our solid wood doors feature the detail and finish that you expect in fine furnishings. Species that we commonly work with include knotty and select Alder, Cherry, Hickory, Maple, Walnut and Oak.


You have your choice of materials for your new desktop. We offer the full and extensive line of high pressure laminates such as Formica and Wilsonart. You can also choose from acrylic materials such as Corian and Staron. In addition, we work with quartz tops such as Silestone and, of course, natural granite.

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