At One by the Five, a single-suite boutique hotel in the Latin Quarter of Paris, the bed futuristically floats above the ground. (In fact, almost none of the avant-garde boudoir furnishings touch the floor.
Perhaps best known for their optical-illusion floating beds like the one in the picture above, it is nice to see a furniture producer venture a little further from the beaten path and explore themes that may or may not become trendy and popular, but will
De Wet 34 is located in Bantry Bay, Cape Town, South Africa and was created by SAOTA in collaboration with OKHA Interiors. The home has spectacular views over the bay, and an interior that is both sophisticated and earthy.
TreeHugger has shown many ways to hide the bed; most are designed to gain more space. But the Red Nest by Paul Coudamay doesn't; the bed is still there taking up space, but is hidden by the sliding bookcase.