Daybed

by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset

Daybed

Daybed

A revolutionary piece on the French market of the early Fifties, the minimalist elegance of the Daybed banquette has every chance of achieving even greater success today, given that views on such economy of form have been developed over decades. A new feeling for natural materials such as wood, a return to a form of 'low consumption' centred on just the right products, those which are essential, nostalgia for the Fifties and a return to favour of Scandinavian design are just some of the factors which make Daybed such an attractive proposition today. Designed as a small settee with an integral low table, it becomes a large banquette seating 3-4 persons (or even an occasional bed for one) when one positions the two back cushions on the low table as an extension to the seat cushion.

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