The moon represents an East Asian symbol of luck and wealth. The full moon sits at the centre, with attendant moons as folding panels on either side.Download specification
Mattress/ Bed Nº
Seen above with our Nº2 base, but works with any bed model.
The Moon headboard is crafted with natural materials and upholstered by hand for a unique finish. Made by Savoir craftspeople in London.
Upholstered in Robert Allen ‘Alchemy linen copper’ with piping in Kobe ‘Chacar gold col 42’
Solid walnut legs on corners.
125cm above topper/mattress.
Choose a fabric with a subtle sheen to bring the design concept to life.
Our deepest box spring base and mattress for the ultimate in comfort. Best suited to the grandest designs.
The original Savoy bed, created over a century ago and handcrafted in London to this day. Sublime comfort and craftsmanship.
Handcrafted in Wales, the mattress, base and topper are made using the traditional craft methods and materials for which we are famous.
Created following demand from some of the world’s best hotels, the Nº4 feels firmer than our other models, yet breathes longevity and comfort.
Our slender base is just 12cm deep but offers all the comfort of a box spring.
Natural fibres – pure cotton, linen, or wool or a blend. Any fabric, any colour, suitable for upholstery.
The epitome of luxury, velvet offers a tactile feel as well as striking aesthetic.
Herringbone, check or floral to name a few, a subtle print can transform a design.
Bold stripes, abstract or floral. For when you want to make a statement.
Choose a National Gallery painting to adorn your headboard.
Simple wooden blocks, the perfect partner to deep bases.
Add single or double piping for definition or to accentuate curves.
Enhance a classic design with nailing in brass, silver or old speckled gold.
This design represents the movement of the moon, with the full moon taking centre stage and two moons either side featuring folding panels on the outer. Teo wanted the design with three moons, as the number three resonates with the energies of optimism and joy, inspiration and creativity.
Teo Yang started his career travelling and working in global cities such as Amsterdam, Berlin and Los Angeles, designing luxury interiors for boutique hotels and homes. Since moving home to his beloved Seoul, Teo has worked on interior design projects all over South Korea. His work has been featured in Vogue Living, Elle Decor, and GQ, among others.