8 minimalist daybeds
The summer slower pace seems already far away and you are longing for some more relaxing time. To escape from the daily grind, redesign your interior with a cosy corner where you can daydream, take a nap or read.
The ideal furniture to bring the easy-living vibes inside couldn’t be anythning else than a daybed. Its name already says it all, it means leisure time. Just by laying back, you’ll feel the relaxing benefits.
From vintage design to the latest collections, here is a selection of 8 minimalist daybeds that will offer you a peaceful moment whenever you need it.
MENU – Available in leather and stained oak or in wool and natural oak, the sleek design of the Menu Align daybed reflects the Nordic tradition mixing simplicity and functionality.
KRISTINA DAM – Designed by Kristina Dam Studio, the Vertical daybed combines soft leather with a natural patina and an oak framework for a comfortable feel.
FERM LIVING – It’s all about details! Fitted with two belts in harness leather, the dual-coloured cushion of the Turn daybed by Firm Living are reversible for either a understated style or a bold expression, depending on your mood.
LOFT KOLASINSKI – With its refined and delicate lines, the daybed designed by Loft Kolasinski elegantly dresses up any interior. The oak structure is slightly curved, while the mattress and pillows are mainly covered in linen and cotton.
ILSE CRAWFORD FOR IKEA – A few weeks ago, Ikea has launched its latest collection entitled Sinnerlig. Among this natural-fibre homeware line, the daybed made in jute webbing has been designed by London-based designer Ilse Crawford.
VIPP – True to the brand aesthetics, the dark VIPP daybed made of leather and aluminium is a perfect match for in a masculine study.
OLE WANSCHER FOR CARL HANSEN – Designed by Ole Wanscher for Carl Hansen in 1941, the OW150 daybed never goes out of style. The elegant oak frame holds the cotton webbing that supports the comfortable mattress, available in fabric or leather.
BARCELONA COUCH – In 1930, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe designed the Barcelona daybed that is now edited by Knoll. The timeless couch is part of the iconic Barcelona collection. While the legs are in steel and the platform in mahogany, the leather mattress comes in different colours.
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