The floating bed design is ideal for minimalist rooms, as it appears visually lighter due to space beneath the bed and the lack of headboard. This allows the statement pieces of a room, like this antler chandelier, to take center stage.
This already contemporary design becomes even more sleek and modern when finished in bright red lacquer. Carrying the same color to the doorframe and room shelving unifies the room’s design.
This floating bed design manages to embrace both modern and traditional aesthetics by mixing a smooth white finish with natural wood. Set against a dramatic backdrop of dark patterned wallpaper, the floating bed becomes the room’s chic focal point.
Floating bed designs also work wonders for smaller rooms since they take up minimal visual space. A clean-lined side table offsets the bed design in similar contemporary fashion.
A monochromatic color scheme plus floating bed equals a room that is equal parts sophisticated and modern.
This oversized square design complements the modern take on this room’s square and rectangular windows, adding to the overall contemporary aesthetic.
The clean lines of many floating bed designs make for the perfect hint of masculinity in any room. The look can be offset with linens of a feminine vibe, or maintained with streamlined bedding like the linens in this example.
Many bed designs seem to "float" by means of a ground support. Disguise that ground support as much as possible by choosing a finish for the bed that closely resembles that of your flooring.