011 atlantico bed oak

011 atlantico bed oak

011 atlantico bed oak

Design Atlantico
American white oak, American black walnut or American cherry
Made in Portugal by De La Espada

A straightforward approach to bed design, with all the essential planar elements, enhanced by the beauty of solid wood. The headboard features the intriguing grain patterns created both by the horizontal lamination of planks and the varied grain of the timber.

Atlantico is a brand of modern furniture created by the people behind De La Espada. Atlantico focuses on beautiful hardwood, elegant joinery and natural finishes. Atlantico rejects the idea of disposable furniture, ensuring that every piece is built to stand the test of time.

As part of Atlantico's commitment to the environment, all timber is sourced from sustainable forests, waste created during manufacture is minimized, durability and aesthetic relevance is maximized, and every piece may be easily recycled at the end of its lifecycle.

the 011 bed is offered in solid American black Walnut or American cherry finished with a danish oil or American White Oak with a choice of a traditional Danish oil or white oil finish. Assembly required.

Twin Size: 40" w | 78.12" d | 31.62" h
Full Size: 55" w | 78.12" d | 31.62" h
Queen Size: 62" w | 83.12" d | 31.62" h
King Size: 78" w | 83.12" d | 31.62" h
California King: 74" w | 87.12" d | 31.62" h
Bed Platform is 8 inches from floor

twin oak: $2,195.00 + free curbside delivery in the continental U.S.
(please allow 12-16 weeks for delivery)

de la espada

De La Espada was founded by Luis De Oliveira and Fatima De La Espada in 1993. Hailing from Porto and Madrid respectively and educated in London, the founders opened the first De La Espada store in London in 1996, when there was comparatively little quality contemporary furniture in the city. De La Espada's dedicated factory in Portugal specializes in hand crafted traditional construction methods to create modern furniture with timeless appeal and the warmth of solid wood. The De La Espada aesthetic evolved from influences including the Arts and Crafts movement, architects such as Tadao Ando, John Pawson and Alvaro Siza, as well as Scandinavian design from the 1950’s.
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