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The Floating Bed: Sleeping on Air

Remake your bedroom with the minimalist look of a bed that seems to float off the floor.

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If you'd like to give your bedroom a contemporary makeover or want to furnish a small bedroom without overpowering the space, consider the floating bed. These designs use a concealed ground support or wall installation that makes the bed itself appear to float, resulting in a modern look that takes up less space both visually and physically. Wondering if the look is for you? Take a peek at the following photos to find out.

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This is the ultimate floating bed. While many floating bed designs require some type of minimal ground support to pull off the visual perception of floating, the Fluttua bed appears to be truly on air through a wall installation.

Kia Designs

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This already contemporary design becomes even more sleek and modern when finished in bright red lacquer. Carrying the same color to the doorframe and room shelving unifies the room’s design.

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HILIT

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This floating bed design manages to embrace both modern and traditional aesthetics by mixing a smooth white finish with natural wood. Set against a dramatic backdrop of dark patterned wallpaper, the floating bed becomes the room’s chic focal point.

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Imagine Living

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A monochromatic color scheme plus floating bed equals a room that is equal parts sophisticated and modern.

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HILIT

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Many bed designs seem to "float" by means of a ground support. Disguise that ground support as much as possible by choosing a finish for the bed that closely resembles that of your flooring.

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KuDa Photography

The Floating Bed: Sleeping on Air

Remake your bedroom with the minimalist look of a bed that seems to float off the floor.

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