Airborne: Build Your Own Amazing Floating Bed with LED Lighting!

Out with the boring old bed from the nearest store! It is time to get an upgrade and one that turns the bed into a sensational focal point in your bedroom. And the best part of it all is that you can craft this at your own home!

That’s right, this awesome DIY project lets you craft your own floating bed frame that comes with hidden LED lighting as well.

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Floating Bed With Lights (Tutorial)

This project will cost $300 to $400 and it will take at least 2 days to craft.

But if you have a couple of weekends to spare, then it does give you plenty of time to make your own floating bed.

Materials You Need:

  • 2×8 Wood for Bottom Bed Frame
  • 2×4 Wood / Plywood Sheets for the Top of Bed Frame
  • 1×6 and 2×6 Wood for Headboard
  • 24’ LED Rope Light
  • Wood Stain

That’s all you’ll need to make your floating bed with lights. You are good to start with work on your levitating bedroom beauty.

You can check out the detailed guide to crafting the floating bed on Imgur, and we absolutely love how the strapping of LED lights at the bottom adds to its uber-cool aura … quite literally!

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Sure, it takes some hard work in making your own bed, but it will be worth the effort and you can even add additional touches to it by shaping a unique headboard and letting it shine through.

With reclaimed wood currently a popular choice, this is another path you can take for your one-of-a-kind homemade floating bed.

DIY floating bed frame with led lighting plans

Don’t worry if the floating bed frame with lights idea above is not as appealing as you expected, we got you covered.

We have a video tutorial you can try. It has bed frame measurements provided as well.

LED Floatin Bed, Did You Do It?

Let us know if you built one. We’d love to hear from creative fellow crafters. Don’t be shy and hit the comment box below.

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