One of the classic methods of hanging beds is to simply run four ropes to the various corners, pass them through a circular hole and tie knots below. This low-tech solution works surprisingly well as long as your ceiling can support the extra weight of both bed and sleeper.
With the advent of slim-but-strong cords and strands of steel, some designers have made more minimalist variations on the traditional form. In one case, only two points of support exist at the top while the bed below is still held up in all corners … but only by a thread. You can even hang a headboard as well if you want – or simply move the whole system so it sits against a wall instead of requiring four strings of support.
With a round bed you can add your sense of style - and a dash of fun - to any bedroom.