How would like to sleep on a bed of grass, or a fish tank bed, or even a tree house bed? Sounds a bit crazy right? Usually, people don’t pay attention to bed designs. The size and comfort of the mattress tend to be the most important feature and if these things are OK, we are generally happy with the bed. But think about this for a second: On average, we spend as much as one third of our lives on a bed. That’s one third of our lives lying on top of something that looks…boring. Sure you can dress it up in a comforter set and pillows but at the end of the day, the bed is simply a rectangular object…period. But as you will soon see, some creative beds take issue with this rectangular norm.
From sleek and smart to absolutely outrageous (and somewhat painfully uncomfortable), beds now come in all shapes, designs, sizes and colors. Those who like to show off even while sleeping might want to take a look at 25 Of The Most Creative Beds available. While we can’t guarantee that all of the beds you are about to see offer the most comfortable rest, all of them are guaranteed to turn your sleep into a truly unique experience. So, are you ready for bed design mayhem? Of course you are! These are 25 Of The Most Creative Beds You Have Ever Seen.
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Designed by Japanese designer Yusuke Suzuki, this futuristic bed is for those who like dozing-off in their rocking chair.
Wine lovers will definitely appreciate sleeping in this extraordinary wooden bed made from a wine barrel.
Magnetic floating bed
If you don’t mind spending 1.6 million dollars on your bed, you can have this magnetic floating bed. Tethered to the ground, the bed can hold up to 1,500 pounds (680 kg).
Designed by Ernesto Neto, this bed encases the sleeper in a marshmallow of comfortable cushion while supporting the body in an upright position.
Designed by Agnieszka Bernacka, this egg-shaped bed is a part of the Lomme luxury bed line. It allows you to wake naturally, feeling refreshed and full of energy.
What looks like a bunch of plush volleyballs is a comfortable bed known as Feel Seating System Deluxe. Just arrange it into your desired position and relax.
Star Wars bed
The ultimate piece of Star Wars merchandize, this bed was designed to look just like Millennium Falcon, the iconic Star Wars spacecraft.
Auctioned on Ebay as a fund-raiser in 2009, the hamburger bed was sold to a hamburger memorabilia collector who started his very own hamburger museum.
No couples here.
Available at a price of $60,000, this fancy bed by Cosmovoide features a home theatre system along with a phone as well as a DVD player and TV.
A unique combination of a bed, a sofa and even a wall, this bizarre bed design is one of the most creative we have seen.
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Earthquake beds come in a variety of designs but they all do the same thing–protect you in the case of an earthquake. The brainchild of Russian inventor Dahir Semenov, the bed works by using sensors to detect ground movement. This triggers a series of events, the mattress drops you down into a panic-room-like chamber, and a lid slides covers you and protects you from debris.
Designed for one or two people, this unconventional stylish bed known as Loopita is a great place to rest with your partner.
Fish tank bed
Forget counting sheep to fall asleep. Watching the underwater life right from your bed is a guaranteed way to make you doze off.
Designed by Belgian bed manufacturer Tovdesign, this bed is for those who fear rolling off the bed while sleeping. The quality of the sleep in this bed is debatable though.
Designed by Guido Rosati for Saba Italia, the scoop bed is a sophisticated and innovative answer to the demand for combining the sofa function with the bed function.
Designed by Kaffe Matthews as a museum exhibit, the sonic bed is a large, purpose built king-size bed equipped with in-built speakers to play music for those who lie in it.
Bird nest bed
Designed as a part of the Green Garden Exhibition in 2008, this piece appears to be a very original and comfortable bed but it obviously requires a really big bedroom.
Constructed from wood and fiberglass, this oval-shaped fairytale-like bed measures 6 ft (183 cm) in diameter, which makes it easy to fit to any little princess´ bedroom.
Few things are as relaxing as lying in the grass on a nice summer day. But you don’t have to go to the park to take advantage of the feeling – just build your own grass outdoor bed.
Jin and Jang bed
Those interested in traditional Chinese philosophy will surely appreciate this unique Jin and Yang bed design.
This rustic bed design is perfect for a tree house, a wooden mountain cabin or just for people who like to feel nature around them.
All hammock fans´ dream, this bed design is very comfortable and can even be created at home as it only requires a wooden frame, netting and some basic DIY skills.
Car lovers can have their bed customized to resemble their favorite car models.
Designed by Joseph Walch, this bed embraces and protects, creating a personal environment beyond its primary function.