It works really great. It's sturdy and it's just the right height.
And it folds up into the wall when not in use!
I got this idea from the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company.
When we first started looking at building a log cabin I started looking into other unconventional bulding methods (for our time). This one was probably the most interesting one. There is a rather large movement of people today who are living in homes not much bigger than my room. This house is a step up from the smallest one you can buy or build. Would you beleive that there is a queen size bed, a kitchen, a living room, and a bathroom in this tiny house? Well there is. It is facinating to read how people make use of every square inch of space that they have.