Beds, beds, beds, we all know what beds are and how they look. Now, let us show you how unusual and creative beds look like.
Contemporary beds are more than inspirational, some of them even true masterpieces. Funny and playful, these modern beds are truly exceptional, and they can not be overlooked. Let’s take a look at these fantastic designs.
Unusual and creative beds
1. A bed that grows with you.
You are probably not a big fan of luxury in abundance and you focus more on functionality, but this bed barely fits into one of the established categories. This bed is almost sculptural and won the first prize at the Stockholm Furniture Fair in 2007. This design allows the bed to grow with you. The secret is in the bed frame. The bed seems to float a few inches above the ground, but it really is supported by these two white corners, which also serve as bedside tables.
The modern design is available as a single bed, but if you need more space, you can double it . The innovative frame was created by Joel Hesselgren so that it can be divided and can support two single beds next to each other .
2. Book bed.
This is a bed that you would always want , no matter how old you are. Unusual and creative beds like these unleash the child in you. It was called the book bed, because it really looks like a book with pages, book cover and everything. Cushions are used as bookmarks and are great if you have two kids and a lot of space in their room. It is important for the kids to have their own space and learn to keep it in order. This bed combines children fun and responsibilities. It is designed by Japanese artist Yusuke Suzuki to add more than an entertaining piece of furniture in a nursery.
Creative beds designs awaken the imagination
3. Eco bed.
Modern creative beds meet the needs of the eco-enthusiasts. This “Ecotypic Bed” is a true green bed in fact. It has LED reading lights above the head, speakers for music to wake you up in the morning and a flower box for beautiful vines that grow on the sides of the bed. Special LED light installations were also mounted so that plants can grow indoors with no natural light.
Health and comfort combine for the first time in a revolutionary product. You can train with belts and pulleys that are mounted around the bed and relax on the bed, the humidity changes. It has air conditioning and surrounds you with freshness and fragrance of the plants. A special unit has been built under it and transforms your activities into energy and store it in a battery, so it can also be used for other functions. With this eco-friendly bed you would never want to leave your bedroom. Designed by Arthur Xin.
4. Cabriolet bed.
The days that we now call them “retro” were, in fact time of great innovation and big, bold steps in design, technology and so on. The convertible bed by Joe Colombo revolutionized our living ideas with its concept of non-furniture. His concept has managed to combine day and night environments in a single room.
Inspired by a convertible, the yellow hood of the bed closes to protect it and so offers a cozy private atmosphere. The bed was among the first who had a control panel, which controls a fan, a lighter, a radio and a telephone. These technologies have been called living machines because they were not just simple pieces of furniture, but involved a lot more mobile parts and mechanisms. These furniture pieces in their time were the “Transformers” of today.
5. Millennium bed.
Star Wars fans have reasons to read this article because we present here the perfect bed for their geeky bedroom. The “Millennium Falcon Bed” was designed by Kayla Kromer and has wonderful functional headlights, a projection of a starry sky and a lot of hidden compartments. The boys can now impress the girls who are passionate about the same thing.
The next bed looks a bit scary, but kind of funny and is probably very comfortable, not to mention that the food in bed is to be considered at a new level – no more worries if you spill crumbs in bed. Nonconformists everywhere would love this idea because it has probably never been attempted before in this form, and it looks very unusual.
7. Roller coaster bed.
Believe it or not, this roller coaster is actually a bed. Although its shape reminds us of dizziness and a lot of screaming, this was designed for relaxation. But do not worry, because designers explore the boundaries of evolution, both indoors and outdoors on a special exhibition, so you can not see this bed in your house tomorrow or next week. It’s like all the extravagant fashion creations that we see on the catwalk, but no one wears.
8. Bed on ropes.
This bed is suspended by only four ropes, one for each corner of the ceiling. Beds are stable on the ground, have four legs and so on. When people sleep there and they do not get a general feeling of solid space and stability, which is at least unusual.
This is not only an unusual bed for your bedroom. This is a part of something bigger. You need to implement an entire philosophy, if you want to have a bed like this. Part of this philosophy is the care, attention and protection, represented by the nest. When we begin an analogy to the importance of individual objects, this Bird’s Nest is everything you need for your baby. Birds build the safest and most comfortable places for their offspring, just as you want the best for your baby. Apart from this philosophy, this is a huge playground for kids.
10. sofas and creative beds.
Theme interiors conquer more and more the children’s bedroom. Super heroes and super powers fascinate the little ones, and their favorite character in their own bedroom is a dream come true. As we can see in this picture, such interiors are not only for children. This is, for example, part of the fourth series Fanta Suite Hotel. This cool and very original interior presents a table of a restaurant, where a sandwich is served on a plate. In addition, there are mustard, ketchup, a napkin dispenser and so on. This design would keep us every moment of the day away from monotony.
12 Sonic bed.
13. Floating bed.
When we hear about a floating bed, we imagine incredible things. This bed fits perfectly in a modern interior with open-minded people who want to try something new. If you are suddenly inspired, do not try to do something in your bedroom if you want to preserve your walls. This is a serious matter and requires high skills, knowledge, talent and vision. It’s great, as a proof that imagination has no limits.
14. A bookshelf turns into a bed.
Unusual and creative beds can also be compact. This radical thought offered a viable solution for tight interiors. This is nothing more than a bookcase that transforms into a bed. A carefully cut mattress, tilted upright, forms the bulk of the bookcase. Karen Babel designed the back of the mattress, the part that is visible when placed on the wall in a two-tone color scheme.