Open plan living spaces have a definite appeal, though this Canopy Bed by Kris Van den Berghe affords a chic way to take back a bit of privacy in the bedroom. Emulating a traditional type of boudoir furniture, this graceful adaptation curves slightly off-course.
Reducing the rigidity of straight perpendicular supports, the designer constructed this soft fabric enclosure with a flexible metal frame. The cloth can even be removed to expose the sleeping space if desired, and easily washed in the laundry with little hassle.
The combination of the subtle yet crisp form and coloring makes the object distinctively contemporary. But aesthetics are not the only era marker of this Canopy Bed by Kris Van den Berghe, because it can be outfitted quite futuristically with a projected TV.
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