Example of a mid-sized classic l-shaped eat-in kitchen design in other with stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, white cabinets, solid surface countertops, white backsplash, an island, a drop-in sink, shaker cabinets and cork floors
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On these particular beds, the mattresses are fairly deep and then you have the thickness of the framed support for the mattresses. instead of drawers, i would recommend doors for storage, maybe even awning doors that open up vs. to the side. this would allow better access to the space underneath vs. a drawer that you would need to be tall to look in to. in regards to creating this cavity for these storage spaces, you would have to incorporate a much thinner steel frame in order to support the mattress, and probably a thinner mattress than the ones we have used here.