Material mix: a bed made from steel and wool
Simple, clear and pure: the understated FREYA bed, reduced to puristic forms, captivates with its clean shape and colour composition. Simultaneously, it harmoniously combines elegant, corrosion-resistant steel with a pleasantly soft wool headboard.
The depicted FREYA bed is constructed from a natural frame and stabilized by a sturdy metal centre rail. The durable, robust steel used has a corner profile of 50 mm x 50 mm x 2 mm. The edges of the bed are slightly rounded.
The feet of the bed are 44 cm high. The height from floor to slatted frame is 27 cm.
As with all of our products, this piece of furniture is manufactured in co-operation with regional producers under as environmentally friendly conditions as possible. FREYA is most impactful next to our nightstand LUBERON, or the equally puristic clothes rail HANGON.
High quality, hardwearing wool blended with nylon and polyester
Recycled timber from pine or spruce
The product is individually customisable, as special requests can be made regarding dimensions and finishes. The model shown has a mattress size of 180 cm x 200 cm. FREYA’s look is optimised when the mattress has a minimum height of 20 cm.
The illustrated model features a rust-sealed steel frame with delicate sanding marks. However, all colors of the RAL palette are possible on request. The soft cover in the color Floyd (No. 0943) is from the brand Kvadrat. Here, too, other colors and variants of the cover fabric are possible. Measurements can be customized upon request up to a maximum length of 220 cm and a maximum width of 280 cm.
Upon request, each of our beds can be ordered as a complete package with a matching mattress and roll-up frame from our partner COCO-MAT. We are happy to advise you personally.
Metalwork: Stolarstwo-Ślusarstwo – Wolin, Poland
Upholstery: Dobry Tapicer – Szczecin, Poland
This article is made individually for you. The preparation time can therefore vary due to the choice of material, size and color. As a rule, a delivery time of 6-8 weeks should be planned within Germany.