Now which would you really prefer? the opportunity to rock yourself silently to sleep of to lay still in silence until you drift away to sleep land? The use of suspended beds are not new in any way, however, designers have continued to work out beautiful contemporary designs for modern bedrooms.
One of the classical methods of putting up a hanging bed is as easy as running four ropes to its individual corners, then having them passed through a round hole, then making very large knots below. This low-tech solution works surprisingly well as long as your ceiling can support the extra weight of both bed and sleeper.
Just as similar as hammocks, you can further find these kinds of beds more frequently at resorts, this is because they are typical associated with warm climates where wind movements and breezes can be a big advantage, even at night. Whether you want them in your own home bedroom is another issue, even if your design appeals are a tad less tropical and interior design style somewhat more subdued.
since the introduction of slim-but-strong cords and strands of steel, most modern bed designers have made improvements on more minimalist variations especially on the traditional form. In a particular scenery, there were only two points of support that existed at the top while the bed below was still well held up in all corners … however, with only by a thread.
You can also decide to hang a headboard as well if you want – or simply move the whole system so it sits against a wall instead of requiring four strings of support.
If you are a fan of the idea of a bd without legs, but will not want the gentle rocking that comes with floating beds, then there is also a great option for using rigid steel tension rods that will both hold a bed in place but also open up additional under-bed storage.