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Modern Beds and Creative Bed Designs

Modern Beds and Creative Bed Designs
Collection of modern beds and creative bed designs from all over the world. Housefish Suspended Bed Creative suspended bed held by machined aluminum, stainless steel tension cables. The mattress platform is held completely rigid - it does not swing or sway. Float Bed $25,000 Float Bed by David Trubridge, a New Zealand designer. Sampon Daybed Outdoor Bed Amazing outdoor bed design from Lifeshop Collection. Floating Bed Chicago Floating Bed Chicago by Robert Bernstein - the four supporting cables at the corners of the bed go straight up vertically to the ceiling. Geometric Bed Ness faceted geometric bed by Jakob+MacFarlane. The Embrace Lounge Creative lounge by Lost Angeles based designer Tanya Aguiñiga. Tree Bed Creative $15,000 Tree bed by Shawn Lovell. Private Cloud Rocking Bed The Private Cloud is a patented rocking bed by German designer Manuel Kloker. Flotiform Bed Creative bed design. Sleeping Tube Futuristic two metre “sleeping tube”. Sunset Chaise Lounge Terminal 1 Daybed The Scoop Bed Related:  Home/Apartment

Floating Bed The versatile Floating Bed can be used indoors or outside as a play house, tree house, or an extra bedroom. It’s simple to use both inside and outside: just install a ceiling ring, and you can move it in or out any time you like, to use as a bed or sofa. Visit The Floating Bed Co. website for more information! Check out other articles by Rachel here! Less is the New More: Making the Most of Small Spaces Good Design For Living in Small ApartmentsAs people migrate to smaller spaces, good design helps a lot. This is something they figured out in Europe long ago, that if you don't have a lot of horizontal room you can go vertical. Tumidei in Italy makes some of the nicest stuff, like this unit with lots of storage under the bed. This unit just raises the floor high enough for beds to slide under. This one looks a bit clinical, but has two single beds plus a pull-out double bed in between. When you read in the New York Times that professional couples with children are moving into small one-bedroom apartments in Manhattan and sleeping in closets, perhaps this stuff could be useful. None of this stuff is cheap, nor, as far as I can tell is it available in North America, but there are ideas here that demonstrate how people can share a space and still get a little privacy, a good place to work and a lot of storage in a very small envelope. Like this?

10 Coat Hooks of Distinction If you’ve seen one coat hook, you’ve seen them all, right? Wrong. While your average coat hook may not get much of a reaction, we’ve compiled this gallery of ultra unique coat hooks of distinction – coat hooks that are far from average! 1. Tree Branches Bringing a dose of The Great Outdoors to the interior of your home, these repurposed tree branches turned rustic coat hooks are a really crafty use of Mother Nature’s free materials. 2. Speaking of the outdoors serving indoor purposes, even though these aren’t Mother Nature’s creations, these garden hose faucet handles are fun and colorful option for highly functional indoor coat hooks. 3. Although these unique hooks are constructed from pretty common glass soda and beer bottles, they’ve earned their distinction by being used in ways we never thought possible. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Top 10 Creative Ways to Store Your Stuff I live in a smallish condo, so I love these kinds of creative hacks. Two of my favorite and easy hacks: 1. Hung my Guitar Hero controllers off the side of a movie rack with some thin steel wire. 2. Splash Of Colors | Lushlee I love white decor in the home for a fresh and clean look. However, when bright colored home furnishings are added and used in the right proportion, they can certainly add charm and personality to any white room! As seen in this Georgian house in Stockwell, from the portfolio of UK-based location agency, Light Locations. I’m especially fond of the clawfoot tub and the blue rustic cabinet against the colorful vintage painting! Bedroom Designs: Modern Interior Design Ideas & Photos Do you prefer plush padding a minimalist pillow, a decked-out design or toned-down interior? From dazzling abstract designs to humorously offbeat sleeping spaces here are seven brilliant bedroom designs to inspire your imagination. Who knows, with a few decorative adjusts you might be able to remodel your own bedrooms to similar effect. If you love soft illumination and hate to sacrifice privacy, this bedroom interior has a brilliant combination of strategies from uplighting around the bed itself to wall panels that block direct views and sunlight but let light in around them. If you are more of a minimalist, this simple bedroom space has a rhythmic modularity and combines soft white walls and ceiling with variegated wood furniture and furnishings for a pleasantly mixed aesthetic experience. At the opposite end of the spectrum, how would you like to have your bedroom be in the middle of your pool room?

Interior Design, Design News & Architecture Blog Magazine Area Rugs with a Purpose Area Rugs with a Purpose From Brittany Mauriss on November 20, 2009 in Flooring Are you ready for the coolest rugs you’ve ever seen? These pieces transcend all modes of convention to make a bold, albeit wacky, statement in your living room. #1 – Slice of the Great Outdoors Inspired by the cross-section of a tree, this rug has been constructed with “highly durable materials.” #2 – Aerial Wonderland It takes a village to raise this carpet to different heights. #3 – Comfort Food Not that you couldn’t tell, but “Double Bull’s Eye” by Valentina Audrito was inspired by an egg. #4 – Pure Squish These rugs look good enough to eat. #5 - Pieced Together If you feel like you’re missing a piece in your home décor, check out this design.

Bedroom Designs: Modern Interior Design Ideas & Photos Do you prefer plush padding a minimalist pillow, a decked-out design or toned-down interior? From dazzling abstract designs to humorously offbeat sleeping spaces here are seven brilliant bedroom designs to inspire your imagination. Who knows, with a few decorative adjusts you might be able to remodel your own bedrooms to similar effect. If you love soft illumination and hate to sacrifice privacy, this bedroom interior has a brilliant combination of strategies from uplighting around the bed itself to wall panels that block direct views and sunlight but let light in around them. If you are more of a minimalist, this simple bedroom space has a rhythmic modularity and combines soft white walls and ceiling with variegated wood furniture and furnishings for a pleasantly mixed aesthetic experience. At the opposite end of the spectrum, how would you like to have your bedroom be in the middle of your pool room?

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