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Sleeping Suspended: Hanging Beds

By Handmade Charlotte |

If you’re the type to fall asleep while swinging in the hammock, here’s a collection of hanging beds to spark your imagination. If you’re feeling inspired, we’ve even included a link to free detailed plans for building your own.

suspended bed

Personally, I’d be a bit worried about using any of these–my kids would surely put something like this through rigorous quality testing. Maybe if they were connected to steel beams…

suspended bed

net floor

Suspended net floor (via architecture blog)

hanging bed

Lovely hanging bed (via flickr)

hanging twin beds

Hanging twin beds (via flickr)

suspended bunk beds

Bedroom for three boys with hanging beds (via flickr)

floating bunk beds

Floating bunk beds (via pinterest)

Suspended rope bed

Suspended rope bed (via flickr)

Want to give it a try yourself? Visit Lowes.com for detailed plans to build a hanging daybed!

Hanging Daybed Plans

Floating BedEnjoy this post? Check out our post on this amazing floating bed!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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6 thoughts on “Sleeping Suspended: Hanging Beds

  1. kp says:

    What happens when the couple on the net decides to use their “bed” for something other than sleep?

  2. Lucky says:

    That looks so cool! I wonder if that would get me in trouble with my landlord…

  3. Shalini says:

    The floating bunk beds credited from Pinterest is actually from PBTeen’s 2011 Summer catalog.

  4. BelaChameli says:

    This is beautifuL!

  5. Ruth Cooper says:

    I like floating bunk beds. It is really attractive and I want to purchase this one. I want to change my bed. I will check this out. Thank you for the information and keep it up.

    Sleepys

  6. Ben says:

    I noticed a couple of comments about hanging beds moving around too much to be comfortable in. I have built hanging beds for a couple of clients (see photos at http://benriddering.com/2010/07/30/hanging-bed-2/ ) and have come up with a solution for the movement. Hang the bed up next to the wall (at the head end) and attach (underneath the frame) to the wall with heavy duty “L” brackets. This gives you the look of the hanging bed with the stability you want when you are sleeping.

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