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Daybed

Designer: Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset

Revolutionary on the French market in the early 50s, the subtle elegance of the Daybed has a good chance of achieving even more success today, when a liking for understated designs exists, and has existed, for decades. Recent sensitivity to natural materials such as wood, return to ''low-consumption'' focused on fair and essential products, nostalgia for the fifties, and a return to the spirit of Scandinavian design are also factors in the current attractiveness of this model. Conceived as a small sofa with a built-in coffee table, it becomes a bigger sofa for 3 to 4 people (or even an auxiliary bed for one person) when you put the two back cushions on the coffee table next to the seat cushion.

Available in a range of fabric options.
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