Comfortable Nest for Small Spaces



Small spaces must have a certain arrangement and a certain kind of furniture in order to save as much place as possible. One of the pieces of furniture, which is perfect for small spaces is the so- called nest, consisting of futon mattress. It is a very practical combination of chair, armchair and bed with a square pillow in the middle. Actually, it can be used as a lounge chair or as a guest bed and its shape is quite interesting in its modernity.

Once you see it, you want to try it! Beyond the idea of furniture, this nest combines the characteristics of the Japanese design tradition with the western preference for comfort and functionality. The simple fact that a Danish designer invented it says very many things: it is an example of quality in its simplistic existence; it looks very well and is functional and practical.

It is ideal for a small space; you can watch TV or the match while you are sitting in the nest, you can read a book, sleep or just relax. It can be placed anywhere, it does not occupy much space and it can be as colored as you want and it is practical for anyone, no matter the age. It is as good for people as a nest for birds! These comfortable seatings was created by Anders Backe.


Published by in Sofa and Chair, on July 21st, 2011

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