We will respond immediately and to the point – yes, a round bed can be comfortable and practical. Of course, it is unlikely to be the perfect piece of furniture for those who live in a small studio apartment, but in all other cases, a round bed will give you a lot of pleasant moments, both as a place for relaxation and as part of the interior.
Round beds seem to be making a bit of a come back, and today, we will take a look at a few stylish options.
This is not just a bed but a bed fit for a king. It is difficult to say which part of this bed attracts more attention—its unconventional shape or extravagant, shimmering satin bedding the unusual colour of faded rose.
Beds whose forms have no right angles are not a great choice for small apartments. Pushed into a corner, a rounds bed looks, well, ridiculous. Their true calling is to be in the center of the bedroom, attracting the attention of everyone who comes into the room.
True fans of minimalism may think a round bed seems too bulky, however,as we can see here, this is not necessarily true. With the strict black and white décor and the round bed, this room manages to be both minimal and glamorous. Perhaps this is the exceptional case where the round bed does not have to be in the center of the room.
The round bed is not only for sleeping. Due to its size and shape, it can also take on the role of chair or table, which will save you from having to acquire additional pieces of furniture. This bed works perfectly in a light and airy vacation home.
In the practice of Feng Shui, the colour white is a symbol for purity of thought and innocence. The value of this colour value is similar to that of sunlight. An abundance of white can have a profound effect on a space. At the same time, a completely white room can be too clinical and plain. Perhaps this is why the designer of this room added a pale beige colour, for a result that is truly pleasing to the eye.
The Industrial style associated with concrete, brick walls, iron and other elements of industrial aesthetics, a look that would not seem to include a round bed. However, the designers of this room managed to place a round bed quite organically right in the centre of the industrial surroundings.
In this photo, we see a much more classic version of the circular bed. Finishing in the Chesterfield style with a muted cream colour make this bed elegant and luxurious bed. The stucco on the walls, the long silk curtains and the sleek design on the front of the cabinet finish the flawless composition of this room.