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17 Creative Ideas to Expand Your Small Bedroom Space

14. A True Floating Bed Idea ideal for high floors

Ever dream of a bed that defies gravity, offering breathtaking views 20 floors above the city?
Forget flimsy contraptions – let’s build a real floating bed, engineered for safety and serenity.

Step 1: Building the Base:

Imagine your bed as a sturdy island amidst the clouds. Its foundation starts with a solid L-shaped steel structure securely mounted to your concrete core wall using 6 heavy-duty bolts, each rated for a whopping 1,000kg pull. That’s a combined 4,000kg of support, ensuring even the liveliest dreams stay grounded.

Step 2: Banishing Wobbles:

Picture yourself nestled in your haven, gazing at the twinkling cityscape. But wait, a slight wobble? Don’t fret! A strategic diagonal support acts like a superhero, eliminating any unwanted side-to-side movement. Now, your bed remains perfectly level, even during the most energetic moments (we won’t judge!).

Step 3: Millimeter Matters:

You might think a 5mm drop is insignificant, but in the world of engineering, it’s a red flag. This tiny movement indicates potential bending, which could worsen over time. To address this, carefully analyze the support-bed junction and the bed structure itself. Remember, safety is paramount!

Technical Insights:

Uh oh, Wobbly Bed Alert! Fixing Your Floating Dream.

Imagine your amazing floating bed, high above the city lights. Sweet, right? But hold on! If your bed dips even a tiny bit (like 5mm, that’s the width of a pencil eraser!), it means something’s bending. Not cool!

Here’s why:

Bendy bits: That little dip is like a warning sign. It means something, maybe where the bed connects to the support or even the bed itself, is bending a little. And remember, bending things tend to bend MORE over time, especially with…

Wiggle power: Think of when you jump on your bed (we all do it!). That’s not just pushing down (force), it’s like twisting (torque). Like when you twirl a hula hoop, that’s torque! Now imagine sitting on the edge of your 2-meter bed. Even at 50kg, that’s like a super strong twist (1000Nm!) pushing on the bolts. Yikes!

Don’t worry, you can fix it!
This doesn’t mean your dream bed is doomed! Just remember:

  • Safety first: Talk to an engineer, like a grown-up builder, to make sure your bed can handle all the fun (and wiggles). They can help with the tricky math and stuff.
  • Double-check: Make sure the metal you’re using is strong enough for your bed’s weight and size. Like picking the right bike for your size, you need the right metal for your bed!

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