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nelson daybed with two bolsters & hairpin legs

by George Nelson from Herman Miller ®

nelson daybed with two bolsters & hairpin legs

Design George Nelson™, 1952/2016
Walnut or White Ash, satin chrome hairpin legs
Made by Herman Miller

The Nelson Daybed is a versatile combination of sofa and bed. While it offers a surface for a moment of relaxation during the day, it is ideal as a lean, comfortably cushioned bed with removable back or side bolsters. Designed by George Nelson in 1950, it brought a minimal and honest aesthetic to interiors then. Today, its slender, beveled edge wood frame fits effortlessly into contemporary homes and offices.

The Daybed with two bolsters is available with either a walnut or white ash frame. The legs can be specified in either a hairpin metal with satin chrome finish or wood tapered in walnut or white ash to match the frame. The cushions can be upholstered in a variety of options. Ships ready to assemble.

74.25" w | 27" h | 33.75" d

$3,495.00 + plus shipping
(please allow 20-24 weeks for shipment)
average rating: 5

George Nelson

George Nelson was a founder of Mid-Century American Modernism and a prolific designer. While Design Director for Herman Miller, Nelson & associates created modern icons such as the bubble lamp and the ball clock.
Herman Miller is synonymous with “modern” furniture. Creative director George Nelson recruited contemporaries Charles & Ray Eames, Alexander Girard, and Noguchi to create a legendary furniture collection.


nelson daybed with two bolsters & hairpin legs

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