Le daybed

The daybed is elegantly finding its way back into our interiors and its 2.0 version breaks the traditional codes by playing with Scandinavian aesthetics …

By Sofia Slimani Published on 20 April 2017 Share

The daybed is elegantly finding its way back into our interiors. Paying homage to the famous Madame Recamier’s portrait by Jacques-Louis David, the daybed 2.0 breaks the traditional codes by playing with Scandinavian aesthetics. Considered as an essential furniture in ancient cultures the daybed finds its origin in ancient Greece. At that time, it could.

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