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Siebenschläfer bed from Nils Holger Moormann

The bed is one of the most used domestic furniture objects: adults spend around 8 hours a day in bed! And because adequate, and good, sleep is essential, especially after a stressful day, you shouldn't make any compromises when choosing the right bed. Depending on requirements, it is necessary to choose a bed of appropriate height and between a single bed, double bed or, if additional sleeping accommodation is required, a daybed. As far as the options in terms of design, there are no limits, it is up to you. However, it is advisable to focus on reduction and minimalism in the bedroom and thus create a calm, tidy atmosphere. Design beds made of multiplex panels such as the Siebenschläfer bed from Nils Holger Moormann, which is available in numerous sizes and designs, rely on stability, minimalism and subtle colouring and are also easy to assemble and, if necessary, to dismantle again. In conjunction with matching bedside tables, bed accessories and coordinated bedroom lighting, designer beds become the ideal oasis of calm and a cozy retreat.

Tagedieb bed from Nils Holger Moormann

Shelf for the Moormann Siebenschläfer and Tagedieb beds

Stacking beds Lönneberga from Richard Lampert

The bed Plane from Müller Small Living

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