iI've loved this bed from the get-go. It's quite nice.
When I look at this all I see is dog hair and lint.
Oh my god, I have seriously desired this bed as soon as it came out. Unfortunately, a new bed is not in this year's budget. So clean and pretty and perfect.
I am an epic swarthy person. I could not own white furniture: I think of the smear of my never-clean-enough sweaty hands, the potty-paws of my cat, my love for red wine. I have a theory on white furnishings and socioeconomic class, but this ain't the place for it.
sigh. someday I'm going to ditch the boxspring and get a bed like this, or perhaps this exact bed.
I adore this bed, but I hate the little foot-end part... I'm currently looking for the same thing, only footless!
i've been coveting this bed as well... but it's too expensive not to have removable covers. I have a habit or pushing against walls and headboards with my feet - the smudgy feet marks are a bitch to remove from walls. I can't even imagine how disgusting the bed would look since you can't launder the cover.
Don't forget dust mites!
Poor man's Flou bed (flou.it). And that is not a bad thing. ;-)
I agree that it should have removeable covers and the option of no footboard.
This bed is not for people that have sex. Or at least interesting sex.Sometimes I wonder whether or not people live in these minimal, clean modern spaces. (There is a sort of Arizon/New Mexico desert minimalism going on here.) This is a great sexless bed. Which is utterly useless. Almost inhumane.
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