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Oliver Peake: Japanese Bed “This was an interesting commission. The client wanted an entirely sunken bed with hidden storage and invisible heating!"

from Apartment Therapy

Minimalist Bedroom Inspiration for a Spring Cleaning Mindset

This Japanese Bed by Oliver Peake was a commission for a client who wanted a sunken bed and hidden storage. The floor was raised to make space for the storage below and to give the bed a platform. via Apartment Therapy

from Home Decorating Trends - Homedit

Sunken beds –a more unusual and modern alternative for the bedroom

Tatami can be date back to Han dynasty and perfect combination of the traditional culture and furniture. Nowadays, tatami are still widely used in ordinary daily life of Japanese. Many people also like the tatami as short bed, feel that the bed is simple

from A Permaculture Design Course Handbook

Sunken Beds

Why sunken beds may be a better solution than raised beds. Some really solid information! Sunken bed schematic