Monroe Daybed – a bed of past inspiration

We all dream about the ideal bed, perfect for out reading moments, our resting times during the day or simply our daydreaming…Once you see Monroe Daybed, you realize it is perfect for such kind of activities. With its details and curves characterizing Louis XV style furnishings, this bed is actually an impressive contemporary makeover.

It is simple and complex at the same time and it creates the impression of a nice comfortable furniture piece that invites you to spend your time according to your own wishes. The plush pin-tucked cushion, the serpentine rails and the birds’ eye caning standing on carved legs with scrolled feet are only some of the characteristics.

The solid hardwood frame ensures a safe place, with 100% cotton cushion and pillow covers that are nonremovable. The price of this incomparable bed is of 956 E; this is not among the most important aspects, such as the perfect combination of past and present, the impression of coziness  it suggests or the mixture of colors and materials that make it so inviting. It provides a unique feeling that implies relaxation and comfort and there is nothing else you could expect from such an object; it has everything you might dream of in the perfect mid-way between then and now. It is definitely in the category of things never-to be forgotten in its simplicity!

Published by in Sofa and Chair, on August 31st, 2011


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