Here at Interior Complex, we see innumerable bedrooms with designs ranging from bucolic and sweet to progressive and cutting-edge, but while many are memorable for their beauty, distinctiveness or inventiveness, several simply can’t be forgotten for reasons we’d rather show you than simply tell you about.
We’ll start slowly with a room that requires a bit of a double-take to truly appreciate it. The Dylan Bed (above) from Cattelan Italia is more an optical illusion than an actual tempting of fate where gravity is concerned; although it appears to float, suspended in mid-air, it actually doesn’t. Could have fooled us, though.
Then, there’s the mouse trap bedroom, which albeit humorous, makes us wonder about the safety of the bed’s inhabitant. One little tremor and art just might imitate life, trapping the sleeping “mouse” inside:
For those who really, really love to swim, there’s this bedroom shared via Natuba and repinned numerous times across Pinterest pages everywhere: a bed perched in the center of a swimming pool.
Last but most certainly not least, we walk the plank to this pirate ship-themed bedroom. It’s not an installation in a museum or a display of creativity in the lobby of a design firm; rather, it’s an actual bedroom inhabited by a boy in Minnesota who was six years old when his parents reached out the Kuhn Design Build to build it for him. Ahoy, matey… that’s one heck of a bed.