Guest Post: Five Unusual Bed Ideas
Custom-made bed designers have come up with some brilliant and bizarre bed ideas. Here are some that could add a touch of quirkiness to your room.
- HIDDEN BEDS
If space is at a premium in your bedroom, you might need a bed that’s not visible during the daytime. These can either fold or slide out of sight. One imaginative designer attached wires and pulleys to his bed to enable it to be lifted to the ceiling when not in use.
Another designer built a bed that acts as a bookcase during the day and folds into a bed at night, so that you can choose your bedtime reading before converting your library into a bed.
- SHAPED BEDS
Who says beds have to be rectangular? Beds have been made in the shape of hamburgers, race cars, sharks, and dinosaurs. These are great fun for kids, or the young at heart adult.
- SLEEP PODS
Sleep pods enclose the sleeper in an egg-shaped canopy, and many feature audio systems to play relaxing sounds. Sleeping in a pod can feel like being in a cocoon, separated from the rest of the world.
- FLOATING BEDS
If you have over a million pounds to spend on a bed, you could invest in a floating bed that hovers on a magnetic field. For those on a smaller, a bed can be attached to the wall at one end so that it appears to float, as it has no feet.
- ZIP BEDS
Nobody really enjoys making beds, so the zip bed could be a useful alternative. The bedding has a large full-length zip on one side, which you open to get out of bed in the morning then simply zip up to make the bed.
On matter how unusual you tastes are, you may be surprised and delighted at how diverse the world of custom-made beds is.
Mary Gevorgyan is a marketing specialist and freelance blogger. Mary is a bright and passionate blogger who is always competent about what’s going on in the world. She writes about what she finds useful for readers like technology, travel, home improvement and general lifestyle. This article is written on behalf of Happy Beds, Online Beds & Mattresses Store in UK.