Not so long ago, a fashionable novelty appeared on the furniture market - a soaring bed. This model is a sleeping bed of various sizes, which hangs at a certain distance from the floor. This design looks very interesting and original.
Features, pros and cons
Modern furniture factories produce products of various modifications. With the help of many of them, you can revive the interior of the bedroom.
In rooms made in a modern style, stylish soaring beds will organically look. Externally, these models look like a comfortable sleeping place, attached to the wall and located above the floor. It seems as if the bed is only holding onto the surface of the wall. In fact, soaring beds have special supports that are perfectly hidden and do not catch the eye. As a rule, such a support is located in the central part and becomes invisible due to properly installed backlight.
Beautiful flying beds fit into many ensembles. Such furniture will delight and delight your guests. By putting original furniture in the room, you can transform the interior and make it more modern or futuristic. It all depends on the personal preferences and desires of the owners.
“Soaring” beds are set close to the wall surface. Thanks to this fastening, the sleeping bed will not lose its comfortable characteristics over time, will not become loose and will not creak. Interesting fact: a bed with a soaring effect completely changes the atmosphere in the room. Furniture of this unusual design makes the environment more fresh, clean and open. That is why these types of beds can be placed in both light and dark interiors.
Do not think that a bed with a flight effect is designed only for adult users. Similar furnishings can be put in the children's bedroom. But for such rooms it is recommended to buy not too high models in order to avoid possible childhood injuries. Also, for younger users it is better to buy beds with side walls.
However, like all pieces of furniture, “floating in the air” options have their drawbacks. They are static, and you can’t rearrange them from one place to another. These beds are mounted on the wall once and for all.
A flying bed is not suitable for a small bedroom. The designs of such furniture are large and do not have additional storage systems. Even in ordinary beds with legs, linen boxes or niches can be present, using which you can refuse chests of drawers and cabinets in the room. Nothing can be set or set under the “soaring” bed. If you place any boxes or boxes under it, then its external attractiveness will be lost.
Installing such products is quite difficult. It is recommended to trust such work to professionals.
Furniture with a flight effect varies in shape:
- The most popular are traditional rectangular options. Also, a fashionable round bed will look spectacular in the interior of the bedroom.
- Rectangular-shaped bedroom furniture is most often attached to the wall with backs or two sides at once (if it has an angular structure). Behind the headboard in such instances there is an angle that ideally joins the wall.
- The legs in the hovering beds are securely hidden. Today, such furniture is represented by options with one support in the center. Rays depart from it in different directions. Thanks to the correct design, the load is optimally distributed among the beams, which makes the berth reliable and designed for heavy loads.
- Supports are sliding. Their height can be adjusted as you wish.
- There are beds in which several legs are installed at once (3-4) . As a rule, they are located closer to the central part and are not visible at all. Especially popular today are models of beds in which such hidden parts are made of tempered glass.
- It is interesting in the interior of the bedroom that there are options in which the lateral clearance is semicircular. The basics of such models, as it were raised, but the berth itself remains flat.
The lion's share of modern furniture factories produces “floating” beds from natural solid wood or chipboard and MDF. Of course, options with wooden frames and foundations are more expensive. But it is worth noting that the exterior finish of MDF does not always speak of the cheapness or low quality of furniture.
For example, some models are made on the basis of a solid metal frame. About such designs, consumers leave only good reviews, because they are highly durable and can withstand up to 500 kg. At the same time, these beds are decorated outside with MDF boards, which have a different color and pattern.
Finishing “soaring” products is also diverse. Such furniture is not cheap, and therefore gets off with expensive materials. The models with upholstery made of eco-leather, leather of natural origin or various furniture fabrics of high density are in great demand.
Often, wooden beds are not complemented by upholstery. A mattress is simply laid on them and decorated with a coverlet. Often the side sections of such models are equipped with sides.
Today in the store you can find a bed with a soaring effect of any size. The most common are standard options with a length and width of 160x200 cm, 180x200 cm and 200x200 cm. The "royal" models are more spacious, their dimensions are 200x220 cm.
Such beds should only be bought from trusted and quality manufacturers so as not to run into a weak and unreliable design.
Many furniture stores make "soaring" beds by individual standards. Such a bed will cost dearly, but it will be perfect for your bedroom.
Soaring beds look harmonious in many interiors and styles. So, in a minimalist bedroom with white walls and a white floor, you can install a black bed with a soaring effect and one invisible support. Put near the bed a small open stand of black color, a black wall lamp made of metal and hang over the head of the picture with a white and black frame. Lay on the bed gray bedding and a juicy green plaid.
A beautiful white bed with a rectangular and angular headboard can be placed against the background of an accent gray wall in a white bedroom. Decorate the floor with light caramel laminate and decorate with a large beige carpet. Finish off the interior with white bedside tables, white curtains on the windows and hanging black drip lamps on the right and left side of the bed.
In a room with black walls and a snow-white glossy floor covering, a white “soaring” model with a soft headboard and dark bedding will effectively stand out. Place wooden angular tables next to it and place decorative vases and lamps on them.
Above the head of the bed, place a pair of small light paintings. Complete the window in the bedroom with translucent curtains.
Furniture made of pale gray wood with yellow lighting should be placed in a room with beige walls and floor trimmed with gray-brown laminate. Make a bed with white linen and a gray plaid. Lay a square gray carpet under the bed. Mount small wooden bedside tables in the walls near the bed. Finish the ensemble with a large picture above the headboard, yellow wall lights and indoor plants.
A daring and contrasting interior will turn out if you install a white “soaring” bed with a slightly curved shape and a high headboard in a room with white walls and a light beige floor. Decorate your bed with black linens and a white plaid. Place minimalist white cabinets next to them and place lamps with zebra shades on them. Place a floor lamp with a similar ceiling next to the bed.
Complement your flooring with a small carpet with animal print.
In a room with gray walls and a pale beige floor, a “soaring” bed with an elongated brown wooden headboard with a pedestal will look beautiful. Decorate the bed with gray linen and light pillows with contrasting prints. Place a large metal floor lamp in this bedroom with a white shade, and install small wall lights above the head of the bed. Cover the window with thick gray curtains and white tulle.
Dull colors can be diluted with colorful and bright paintings.
See how to make a soaring bed with a soft headboard and shelves with your own hands in the next video.