Many of us have imagined how blissful it would be to simply sleep outdoors, to enjoy the twinkling stars, the sound of crickets and the soft breeze lulling us to sleep from the comfort of our very own beds.
However, reality seems always to quickly quash this fantasy with annoying practical concerns. If you leave your bed outside, won’t it get ruined? What if it rains? How do you keep bugs from getting into your furniture if you leave it outside?
The answers to these questions are of course, very obvious; yes, your bed will get ruined if you leave it outside for long. Yes, rain will eventually ruin everything. Yes, bugs would be a problem.
But what if there was an alternative, a happy medium if you will?
Well, lovers of the outdoors that we are, we gave it a lot of thought, and this is what we came up with:
You don’t need to bring your bed outdoors; you just need to bring the outdoors to your bed. That’s as easy as removing the some of the walls from your bedroom, which is super easy – if your bedroom walls happen to be NanaWall opening glass walls.
Your bedroom may need the option for enclosure to preserve it, but that doesn’t mean it has to be enclosed all the time, or that you shouldn’t be able to enjoy that sweet nighttime breeze as you sleep.
Having NanaWall opening glass walls in the bedroom gives you the flexibility to open your bedroom to the outdoors whenever you wish. The open system lets in an abundance of fresh air, incredible views of the night sky and surroundings, and the music - whether that be the sounds of the sea, rustling leaves, or crickets - of the out of doors.
When closed an opening glass wall provides the same security and insulation as a conventional wall. Our systems have passed forced entry testing and are NFRC rated for energy efficiency in all climates.
For those worried about the ability to invoke privacy when necessary, our systems have the option of custom-designed shades that work seamlessly with our offerings in order to fulfill your unique shading needs. We also have multiple screen options for those concerned about insects.
And for the truly ambitious, who want a bed that really can transition to and fro, from the inside to the outside, and back again?
This project in Ohio just goes to show that some casters, a rail, and a NanaWall opening glass wall are all you need to make your dreams come true: