having an interesting issue here. Imagine you live above some mental dude who starts a vibrating device and frames it against its ceiling - my floor (for your imagination, see example of this at the bottom), or just plays a sound speaker on low frequency. Vibration in my apartment barely feels when siting on a chair, however it does feel quite a bit when I am in bed - it either stops me fall as sleep, or wakes up. This is my nightmare for the last couple months.
Had all kind of tries (f.ex. truck tires under bed ^^), but nothing helped, apart of a temporarily solution - sleep in a different place every night (meaning - no bed, only mattress on a floor).
Need a real solution. My tired head brings one idea - a hanging bed (seriously). Some frame stands on a floor and on that frame my bed hangs. Yes that means I sleep kinda in a ship, but waving effect could be smaller if bed hangs on V shaped ropes (not vertical). See my art drawing example bellow (red is rope, blue is frame, black is bed).
My issue now is - would this even work? Any better ideas? If not, maybe an advice on what materials could be used? I live in Europe - so don't suggest bamboo sticks etc. Willing to find reliable and cheap materials (since I wont be living like this forever :)
If you don't like the idea of a "bad neighbour" problem here, imagine I live close to rails and same issue happens - vibration when train goes by.
Help guys, this is a real issue.
p.s. estimated total weight I would say 300kg. (no other person in bed except me, obviously...)
p.p.s. found an interesting idea from @broccoli here. Though a bit in doubt that that small vibration would cause bed to move instead of shake. If anyone could elaborate on this, would be great too.
Answer from @Fred sounds reasonable, but adding an image of the tire chamber. Tried to put these 4 under the bed, but vibration reduction was too small. Also had vibration pads under the tire chambers.
Thats why hanging bed looks as a 'best' option for me :)