When you are determining your bedroom floor plan, it second nature to place the mattress against a wall. It merely seems to be its normal place, right? Well, maybe it’s time to broaden your thinking and consider floating the mattress. “Floating” the mattress is layout code for placing it smack in the center of the space and, though it seems contrary to normal designs, it may actually have its benefits. With the mattress in the center of the space, you might find the traffic flow of your space improves, so you earn a better perspective of the outdoors. Additionally, you can’t beat the simplicity of making a mattress when a wall does not interfere. Check out these examples to check whether floating the mattress will benefit your distance.
Trigg Smith Architects
In case your sloping ceilings and canopy frame aren’t seeing eye to eye, move the bed to the center. You’ll find the framework will suit a whole lot more appropriately and will create more of a visual balance from the space.
A daybed has a similar width for a sofa, so why not treat it like you on your bedroom design? The area feels balanced and super stylish by floating this daybed.
Schwartz and Architecture
Had this particular designer pushed the mattress against the wall, this footpath could have been disrupted. Floating the bed in the centre keeps the footpath open and boosts the flow of the distance.
MusaDesign Interior Design
Here’s another example the mattress, while preventing interference to the restroom with the glass wall.
David Gray Architects
Assist a floating mattress feel more grounded by including a headboard. This will give the mattress a better sense of place.
This room features an incredible view, however, the side window perspective could have been constricted with the mattress against the wall. Floating it produces a great vantage point from the mattress.
Jay Corder, Architect
Dying for storage but don’t know where to put it? Float the mattress and add a console or some kind of shelving . It provides that storage you were lost and will double as a headboard.
Woodmeister Master Builders
Or, use a chest of drawers to act as your floating bed’s headboard. You’ll likely have one in the bedroom anyway, so place it where it’s going to maximize functionality.
David Hertz & Studio of Environmental Architecture
Another idea for a headboard onto a floating mattress is a larger wall partition. This helps to create more different areas, like a hallway to your closet space in this picture.
First Vision Limited
Here’s another example where a floating mattress with a wall socket functions as a separator between the closet and sleeping areas. Additionally, the entrance to the space isn’t obstructed, making a simple walkway.
Diego Bortolato Architetto
Make a long, narrow space clean and modern by floating the mattress. The wall partition in this case brings the mattress a feeling of cozy privacy from the entrance.
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