Most Amazing and Creative Designs in Beds

Are you interested in making some changes in your room that are highly creative and very very uncommon ? Well if you are the one to experiment with new designs and you want to be different, then have a look at the following bed designs. These are some amazing, incrediblle, creative bed designs which are sure to make you feel prod to own and show. Well the prices are also equally high but then if you need style, then you have burn your pockets.

Magnetic Floating Bed
A very uncommon design where the bed has enough magnets to keep 900 kilograms (1,984 pounds) floating in the air. Designed by Dutchman Janjaap Ruijssenaars, this magnetic floating bed oesn’t float away due to hard wind or weird movements because it is tethered to the walls by four cables. Price: 1.2 million euros ($1.53 million).

Hamburger bread
Haven’t you ever wanted to sleep or lie inside a juicy hamburger? Well, not a bad idea. Just look at the style below.

NapShell, an egg-like bed
Ergonomically designed to be good for your back and spine, the Napshell bed has a super comfy shaped mattress. This can fit a wide range of body types and heights. The bed makes instant, deep relaxation possible with the visual and acoustic elements within it which work at the press of a button.The bed is complete with LED lights, MP3 player and sound proof walls. This is indeed a busy businessperson’s ultimate dream come true.

Cosmovoide Bed
No doubt we spend around a third of our lives asleep. But just imagine paying $60,000 on this bed. Well who knows there might be many who want to possess it. The makers of Cosmovoide has come up with this luxury bed shaped like an egg , with hammock-like suspending springs, seven rainbow-colored LEDs, a telephone, and a DVD/home theater set-up including a TV at its foot. Just ave a luxurious sleep and forget about the money spent on it.

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. The price is $6,800 depending on the size ordered, without the mattress.

The Scoop
Designed by Guido Rosati for Saba Italia, this is a sophisticated design which combines the sofa function with the bed function. The two semi-circular sides of the bed can be separated which then forms two new pieces of furniture. This bed is a great way to surprise your guests. With a two-in-one purpose, you can be proud to have a stylish contemporary bed.

The Sonic Bed
The sonic bed is a king-size bed. The bed looks like a wooden box or tank from the outside. Inside there is big space with 12-channel surround sound. Created by Kaffe Matthews as a museum exhibit , the bed requires 220 volts of electricity and covers every inch of your body in sound.

The Computer Bed
The computer bed is a normal bed. There is a space below the bed where you can store your computer when not in use. There are gas pistons which help the bed to double up as a computer table. Invented by European designer Lino’s son Francesco, this twin model is of great use to serve dual peupose and at the same time save space. Prices start at $3650.

The Hanging Bed
This bed is not actually hanging but, it does looks like floating on the floor. Created by italian designer Andrea Lucatello, the Hanging Bed comes in two sizes, the Queen European King and Double and many colors. Prices starts at $5,500 excluding the mattresses.


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