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More Space Place President Recognized in Woodworking Network

President of More Space Place Rob Meyers was recently featured in the online magazine Woodworking Network for his impressive storage solution design he dubbed the “All-In-One Room."

Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 19, 2015

Meyers designed the “All-In-One Room” for a handicapped client downsizing from a home that was over 3,000 square feet to a two-bedroom condo. The client had a long list of special requirements including a customized home office, craft center, an entire media system, space to showcase collectables, and a murphy bed for guests. Considering all of these things had to fit into one small room, this was a unique challenge.

In a video hosted by Denise Butchko, author of The Consumer Guide to Closet Design, Meyers discusses how he managed to create a room that was not only functional and beautiful, but also accommodating to someone in a wheelchair who has a low range of reach. He talks about the challenges he faced, and how he built the room, which functions with pocket doors enabling the space to appear instantly organized when things tuck away.

Watch the video at to learn more about the remarkable “All-In-One Room” that president of More Space Place Rob Meyers designed.

About More Space Place: More Space Place offers an extensive array of custom-built furniture specifically designed with your home and organizational needs in mind. As America’s #1 Murphy bed distributor, More Space Place retail stores offer the widest selection of space-saving wall beds and folding beds. With innovative technology and large selection, professional designers help create furniture solutions to organize every room in your house, including: bedrooms, custom closets, sliding doors, home office furniture, media centers, utility and laundry room organizers, garage organizers, and more.

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