The owners of this London flat have found a way to maximise their living space without resorting to a bed that foldings into a closet.

If you’ve ever relied on natural light from a high skylight, you know that it can often feel like a second-rate window. This brilliant hack put the bed just feet below the light, thanks to a wrought iron basket mounted to the ceiling—so the sleepers wake up with the sun.

Aside from that obvious awesomeness, it’s also a smart space saver. This particular apartment is a cozy 500 square feet, but it seems much larger once you get rid of the large mattress. Underneath the bed is an office space, and above it is a glass skylight that retracts to reveal a rooftop garden.

Great creative use of space. I want.

I forgot to post this (Day 18) piece which I saw last week but was on holiday. I really like it because it has a lot of meaning.

Are you the sort of person who enjoys going to art galleries but wished they had more gravel in them? Then this temporary exhibition space is for you. Housing just two paintings but also featuring a bench, some carpet and complimentary refreshments. Opens today through Sunday 11am til midnight.

People ask why I want to have an exhibition in the streets, but have you been to an art gallery recently? They’re full.

Contrary to reports on fox news this space was kindly donated for free by the owner.