An adjustable layout and smooth movement of horizontal stacking bars creates shelving on either side of the bed.Download specification
Mattress/ Bed Nº
Paired with our Nº2 bed set in the image above, but works with any Savoir bed model.
The Shift headboard is crafted with natural materials and upholstered by hand for a unique finish. Made by our craftspeople in London.
Upholstered in Romo ‘Delano grey seal’.
Oak block legs.
70cm above topper/mattress.
Every panel is upholstered individually so you can choose the final layout of the stacking bars.
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 a striking aesthetic.
Smooth and supple, leather and suede are timeless material choices.
Herringbone, check or floral to name a few, a subtle print can transform a design.
Recognised for its unequalled lustre and durability, horsehair presents a unique and timeless aesthetic.
Add single or double piping for definition or to accentuate curves.
Enhance a classic design with nailing in brass, silver or old speckled gold.
Contrast trim in Walnut, Ebony, Oak or natural Maple adds refinement.
Wood trim in Macassar Ebony or Walnut Burr veneer brings an elegant finish to the design.
Add deep buttoning to introduce a classic touch or add interest to your design.
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