Day Bed Four, Dutch Green
This striking green lacquered day bed is hugely versatile; employ it as a temporary put me up, a seat, a work station, a nap station or a reading station, or place in a gallery as the perfect art watching perch.
Day Bed Four is characterised by strong, architectural lines and combines English and Dutch construction and design details, with cleated ends and Rietveld- inspired leg detailing.
The mattress (which, unlike its Series One and Two siblings is not piped and has no buttons) is produced by Naturalmat in Devon from organically certified & sustainable materials, and upholstered in Kvadrat Tonica fabric.
Finished in a high gloss dark green heritage Dutch colour.
Materials & Finishes
Solid Ash / High Gloss Lacquer
Constructional Ash Veneered Birch Plywood
Wool / Latex / Feather / Denim
- Width: 850mm / 33.5″
- Depth: 1800mm / 70.8″
- Height: 450mm / 17.7″
Free UK delivery over £1500
Eligible for return within 14 days
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