Stackable Guest Beds for Small Spaces: Rolf Heide’s Stapelliege

A modern solution for small spaces dates back to 1966 when German designer Rolf Heide created his stackable daybed. The simple wooden bed frames pile neatly on top of one another, like a great stacking chair, at the ready for extra guests. Available in single, double, and children’s size beds, the Stapelliege, manufactured by Müller Möbel, is our latest favorite discovery for versatile or urban living.

Above: The Stapelliege Classic Beds in white-painted birch plywood; €603 ($685) for the 90 x 200 cm size at Connox. Also available at Müller Möbelwerkstätten.
Above: Shorter in height than the classic size, the Stapelliege Komfort Bed is €598 ($680) for the smallest size to €1,040 ($1,182) for the largest via Müller Möbelwerkstätten.
Above: The classic bed frame in Anthracite Grey. The bed’s Rollable Slatted Bases are sold separately for €85 to €124  ($97 to $141) and the RG-40 Mattress is around €312 ($355), depending on specifications, both from Müller Möbelwerkstätten. A single Stacking Bed inclusive of the base and mattress is £904 ($1,027) at the Home Online in the UK.
Above: The Kinder Stapelliege is the children’s size bed, designed for impromptu sleepovers. It’s €381 ($433) at Müller Möbelwerkstätten and shown here in Antique Pink.
Above: A diagram of available wood types and color options for adult and children’s beds.

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