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FLOU | Bed “ARI”

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Pure lines, clean styles, a clearly contemporary stamp

Despite the modern makeover, ARI preserves and expresses the romantic side of the canopy bed. The elegance is enhanced by the lacquered structure, with its “galuchat” effect, available in two colors – Laguna and Deserto – black chrome details and the soft headboard with its removable covers, in fabric, leather or ecopelle.

The perfect accessories to compliment the double-size bed ARI are the nightstand and the tallboy, with the same delightful “galuchat” finish.

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“ARI” bed

Wooden structure embellished with the elegance and luminosity of the matt or gloss “galuchat effect”, available in two colors (“Laguna” and “Deserto”). The feet and the details of the joints are black chrome. The padded head-board is topped with completely removable covers in fabric, ecopelle or leather. Adjustable slat mattress support. Available only in the double-size version, for mattress: 160×200 cm, 170×200 cm, 180×200 cm

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“ARI” accessories

Night-table with two or three drawers and seven-drawer tallboy. Wooden structure matt or gloss lacquered ‘galuchat’ effect finish, available in two colors: Deserto and Laguna. Black chrome handles and base-plate. The two top drawers of the tallboy are fitted with jewerly grids covered with fabric. Tallboy size: 85x52cm x h 133 cm. Night-stand with two drawers size: 85×52 cm x h47 cm. Night-stand with three drawers size:: 60×52 cm x h55 cm

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Designer: FLOU [Emanuela Garbin-Mario Dell’Orto]
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