Five beds inspired by sleeping styles

Bedroom interior with a queen bed. The outline of person-sized, spreadeagle artist’s dummy lies on top of the bed.

Five beds inspired by sleeping styles

Everyone has their favourite positions – and needs – when sleeping. We selected a few common styles and playfully let them inspire one bedroom each.

The Cocooner

Sheltering layers of softness

Often found in something resembling foetal position, the Cocooner thrives on feeling secure and sheltered. A draping canopy, combined with thick textiles in the bed and on the floor, offer the right level of comforting coziness.

The Robot

Waking up to a well-planned day

The Robot is characterized by a sense of preparedness. With a personality favouring symmetry and strictness, this is also reflected in the room’s style. A swift, efficient start to the day is nearly automatic.

The Log

A comfort seeker with a practical side

Sleeping on the side, the Log doesn’t require a lot of room. A sofa-bed works well – especially with a soft backrest to lean into. Yet there’s no reason to sacrifice comfort for space. Go heavy on duvets and textiles to create a cozy bedroom feeling.

The Starfish

Spread across your bed

With a loose and carefree movement pattern, the Starfish requires plenty of room. A generous bed is a must, and an airy feel helps. Double duvets and maximum light exposure means needs will be met in full.

The Pillow hugger

Comfort you can hold on to

As the name implies, the Pillow hugger favours the cuddly, snuggly side of sleeping. This stomach-down style calls for loads of pillows, cushions and throws to tailor the right sleeping surface. In other words, pile the pastel textiles high.

We love to see our customers get creative with our products. Go for it! But please note that altering or modifying IKEA products so they can no longer be re-sold or used for their original purpose, means the IKEA commercial guarantees and your right to return the products will be lost.

Made by
Interior designer: Marie Haward
Photographer: Fredrik Sweger
Illustrator: Maja Krajina
Writer: Henrik Annemark