MASHstudios PCH Canopy Bed
The PCHseries was named for California's adored Pacific Coast Highway that runs seaside along the state encompassing the country's most beautiful coastlines. Like the road's gorgeous scenery, the PCHseries is simultaneously sophisticated and relaxed. Made from subdued tones of solid teak and fitted with cast aluminum accents resembling perfectly rugged wood, the PCHseries offers a whimsical sense of refinement. Essentials of the collection include low, wide pieces supported by barely-there aluminum blades that bestow a light, floating effect despite the furniture's generous size. The collection boasts just the right combination of bulk and minimalism. Moreover, the PCHseries is meticulously crafted with natural, lacquer-free materials as well as an aesthetic meant to transcend the test of time. The PCHseries Canopy Bed offers a secluded place to rest with a minimalist approach. The bed joins tightly together with ultra clean lines, and the solid teak construction brings a presence of its own. The PCHseries Canopy Bed is a piece with truly stunning details, and will definitely exceed your expectations.
- PCHseries collection
- Material: Solid teak
- No visible hardware
- Bed is held together by aluminum hardware
- Removable slats: Yes
- Frame Material: Wood
- Headboard Included: Yes
- Box Spring Required: No
- Slats Required: Yes
- Slats Included: Yes
- Assembly Required: Yes
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Queen – 241.3 cm l x 188 w x 213,5 cm h (95'' l x 74'' w x 84'' h)
King – 251.5 cm l x 188 w x 213,5 cm h (99'' l x 84'' w x 84'' h)
Natural oil finish
At the root of creativity is create. With a background in fabrication and production, MASHstudios puts a strong emphasis on building and creating, not just designing. They believe that the small details are important, even if you can’t see them.
They build and design their products for durability and multiple life cycles. To be moved from apartment to house to garage and back. That’s why they avoid dating their designs with fleeting trends. They want them to be just as coveted by their owners in 100 years as they are today.
The LAX Series was conceived while designer Bernard Brucha lived in New York and later brought to life in Los Angeles. With no visible hardware and unique sliding closures that float seamlessly, the LAX Series brings a sense of refinement and calm to a living space. Functional, yet divorced from mechanical excess, the minimalist-inspired collection complements your lifestyle with clean, simple shapes. Their philosophy is that furniture should be effortless.