I'm planning to buy and install a wall/murphy bed of some kind as part of a renovation of a weird little building in my backyard (former owner's sculpture studio). Because of this building's past, it's a bit strange inside - notably, the baseboards are a few inches deep and high. Imagine a normal room but with 4x4s stuck in all around the floor against the walls, if that makes sense.
I can't seem to find any information about how much clearance a wall bed normally needs in that back corner space - am I going to be able to just notch out the back of the cabinet and be good to go? Or will the bottom front of the cabinet crash into my giant baseboard when I try opening it up?
Thanks for any insight - I've never dealt with one of these things up close before, and I'm wary of paying thousands for something I can't modify to make work.