The Case Study Alpine Bed by Modernica: Cradled Slumber

The Case Study Alpine Bed is the first of its kind. It has a design patent for its innovative originality and was an instant hit from the moment it was first introduced. It is characterized by fluid and simple lines of molded layered wood. The furniture is designed by the co-founder of Modernica Jay Novak who was inspired by the craftsmanship of vintage sporting equipment like wooden skis, bentwood tennis rackets, and even wooden kayaks.

 

Alpine Bed by Modernica

Maple and Walnut bed design

 

The Case Study Alpine Bed by Modernica is comprised of 8 simple parts that are easy to assemble. It is made in such a way that each of its parts contribute to the frame’s overall strength and stability. It is devoid of joinery in the important weight-bearing areas yet boasts excellent sturdiness and durability. The bed’s entire structure is made from 16 layers of North American Maple but its top and bottom veneers are constructed from North American Walnut. The headboard is set at an angle and excellently supports you as you read, watch TV, or lounge. At the foot of the bed are curved rails instead of a footboard. They hold the mattress securely in place and augment the bed’s beauty. You can pair the bed with its matching bedside table to complete the look of your bedroom.

 

original bedroom furniture design by Modernica

North American Maple and Walnut bed

 

The Case Study Alpine Bed is a spectacular piece. It is handcrafted by skilled craftsmen and made to last for generations. It is a worthy investment you’ll be more than proud to own. What bedroom would you love to have the Case Study Alpine Bed in?

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