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Yet more hanging bed inspiration

Yet more hanging bed inspiration

Seriously, I don't know what it is with me and hanging beds, but I want one in the worst way. Well, clearly not bad enough to actually go out and buy one, but you know how it is.  This one looks very DIYable, however, and DIYable inexpensively. It's Le Beanock by Tracie Herrtage, a former model-turned-sailmaker-turned-welder-turned extremely awesome furniture designer.

This is more couch than bed, but I think it could just as easily be made into a bed. What do you guys think? Should this be the one I finally end up doing myself?  

HT: FreshHome 

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Mick on Aug 03, 2012:

Hello my name is Michael mc Williams, I am from the uk but living in Australia, my company sell and fit suspended beds, e-mail me on michaelmeath@hotmail.co.uk


Mick on Aug 03, 2012:

Hello my name is Michael mc Williams, I am from the uk but living in Australia, my company sell and fit suspended beds, e-mail me on michaelmeath@hotmail.co.uk


megrockstar on Aug 18, 2007:

def try it out, itssupercool but Im sure there are a million make--ir-or-break-it variables that you would learn as you go


Surly on Aug 10, 2007:

I built a hanging bed once. They aren't all they are cracked up to be. The one above looks good due to the chains being at angles. That would minimize side to side movement. The one I made hung straight down and never stopped moving.


badbadivy on Aug 09, 2007:

I'd love to make a couch like that for my living room, except I have vaulted ceilings and can't hang anything that bears weight on it. That's why I haven't hung my sky chair yet. Next house, all my furniture's gonna be hanging from my non-vaulted ceilings. ;)


Chris Gardner on Aug 09, 2007:

I had this open in my browser, totally intending to write a post on it...

I'ma totally make one when I get somewhere to hang it. 


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