If you thought sleeping luxuriously on the floor couldn't be achieved, then this latest project from China-based architecture firm, LYCS proves otherwise.

In charge of renovating the interior of the Mylines Hotel in Hangzhou, China, highlighted from the layout scheme is a futuristic room that features a bed that is situated directly into the floor, where you can easily flop down and feel comfortable.

The sunken down bed is complemented with a mirrored headboard incorporating two bedside lamps rising above.

Defining its rectangular footage is a line of light surrounding the bed, which is also evident throughout the edges of the room where the walls meet the floor, while a soft rug is placed beneath the bed to solidify the personal space.

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