Top 15 Most Creative Beds
Magnetic Floating Bed
Designed by Dutchman Janjaap Ruijssenaars, this magnetic floating bed
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movements, it’s tethered to the walls by four cables. Technically, the
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but at a price of 1.2 million euros ($1.53 million), you’re not likely
to find it in your local mattress store.
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underline;”>The Internet loves hamburgers and therefore the glorious Hamburger Bed has over 1,000 fans on Facebook and a sesame seed duvet.
NapShell, an egg-like bed
You might not have realized you needed a power-napping bed – but once you have seen this futuristic creation by Napshell
you’ll feel your life is totally incomplete without it. Ergonomically
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mattress will fit a wide range of body types and heights. Visual and
acoustic elements within
the bed make instant, deep
relaxation possible at the press of a button. Complete with LED lights,
MP3 player and sound proof walls, the Napshell is a busy
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Made of 120 sofa balls covered with elastic fabric, the Feel Seating System
designed by Animi Causa has a really unusual shape. It is inspired by a
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you are a playful person you can use it in many creative ways, because
the structure of the feel allows to create multiple forms.
Fantasy Coach, A fairytale bed
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underline;”>dreams come true. This fanciful coach bed
is the most extraordinary children’s bed we’ve ever seen. Handcrafted
in England of wood and fiberglass, the oval shaped interior measures
just over 6 ft. in diameter. Construction and delivery time on this
piece is over 6 months. The bar is set with this magnificent piece; it
simply has no equal outside of fairy tales. Linens and interior options
priced upon request. The price of a
dream come true? $47,000.
We spend around a third of our lives asleep… but that can’t justify spending $60,000 on a bed, can it? The makers of Cosmovoide
think it can. Their luxury bed is shaped like an egg (to either give
you Morkian dreams, or wrap you up in cozy cosmic harmony or some such
nonsense), has hammock-like suspending springs, seven rainbow-colored
LEDs, a telephone, and a DVD/home theater set-up including a TV at its
foot. Most fascinating? Its twin “electric relaxation bed frames,” which
just get the mind boggling. That price is the base model, by the way:
it’s customizable, according to its french manufacturers.
Quantum Sleeper, the “anti-terrorist” bed
The Quantum Sleeper is a bed
that hermetically seals itself as you sleep to protect you from
Bio-Chemical terrorist attack, natural disaster, kidnappers/stalkers and
affords Bulletproof ‘Saferoom’ protection.” It also has one-way mirrors
so intruders can watch themselves futilely try to get in while you sit
inside and call the police on your mobile, shortwave or CB radio. You
can cower in style with the optional CD and DVD players and microwave
oven. The price of protection? 160,000 dollars.
Private Cloud, the rocking bed
The Private Cloud,
designed by Manuel Kloker, is a patented rocking frame for a bed that
moves back and forth like a rocking chair. It sells for an average of
about $6,800 depending on the size ordered, without the mattress.
Designed by Guido Rosati for Saba Italia, Scoop! is a sophisticated and innovative answer to the demand for combinig the sofa function with
the bed function. The two semi-circular sides of
the bed can be separated resulting
two new pieces of furniture. This bed is a great way to surprise your
guests, and also you can be proud to have a stylish contemporary bed and
two sofa’s in the same time.
The Computer Bed
The computer bed is a normal bed which makes an intelligent use of the space below
the bed. The gas pistons enable
the bed to double up as a computer
table. Invented by European designer Lino’s son Francesco, this twin
model comes with a reinforced metal frame in your choice of several
different kinds of wood. Prices start at $3650.
The Sonic Bed
The sonic bed
is a king-size bed with 12-channel surround sound. It may look like a
wooden tank from the outside, but inside its got enough speakers to
dwarf any ly: Georgia,Arial,Verdana; text-decoration:
underline;”>home theater set up. Created by Kaffe Matthews as a
museum exhibit (no plans for retail as of yet),
the bed requires 220 volts of electricity and covers every inch of your body in sound.
The Lomme Bed
According to the product copy, owners of Lomme Beds
will benefit from state of the art light and sound therapy, which
remove outside disturbances and “allow you to wake naturally feeling
refreshed and full of energy.”
BedUP, the Ceiling Bed
Coming from the house of Decadrages, the designer BedUP
model offers you a perfect comfort level without occupying much space.
Suspended from the ceiling, this novel furniture piece can be
accommodated in 4 sq mt space of your apartment. By day,
the bed is stored on the ceiling, the under-surface becomes ceiling with the possibility of integrating lighting. At night,
the bed can come down in the
manner of an elevator and stops at the height previously requested, thus
avoiding moving furniture that would have been placed underneath it.
The Hanging Bed
Created by italian designer Andrea Lucatello,
the bed is not actually hanging but, it does looks like floating on the floor. The Hanging Bed
comes in two sizes, the Queen European King and Double and many colors.
The gorgeous bed sells for almost $5,500 excluding the mattresses.
The Casket Furniture Company designed a bed for those who wants to know the feeling of sleeping in a coffin.
According to their site, this ‘long awaited’ item can be yours for only
a little over $4,000. It’s constructed of Solid Pine with a removable
top and bottom and adorned with a handmade metal cross and ly:
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bearer handles. Finished with an ebony stain and lacquer with a burgandy
velvet interior. Disturbingly, their site also indicated ‘locks and
latches’ are available at an added price.