Transform your bedroom into a luxurious retreat with the dreamy Creole bed from Bretz. Designed by German designer Dagmar Marsetz, this designer bed impresses not only with its comfortable characteristic but also with the modular arcade-shaped headboard! It comprises wall back panels that can be arranged in different ways according to your personal preference.
There is a possibility to mount up to nine arches in a vertical position, and up to two arches can be put horizontally. The individual modules of the headboard are merged together in symbiosis with the wall in order to create a sculptural ornament in space. They can be arranged symmetrically or asymmetrically, however you may deem impactful.
The Creole bed fits any 160 x 180 x 200cm mattress and includes wheels to move it around the bedroom without much effort. Covered in plain velvet fabric, it epitomizes luxury and would enliven the bedroom like not fathomed possible before.
The concatenated round arches of the Bretz Creole bed remind of the golden twenties and mold the interior design of Art Deco. It also interprets the furniture design in a contemporary way, the maker explains.
Update: Bretz had to change the name of the bed to Creole due to conflicting copyright of the name “Éclair.”
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