WHAT ELSE DO WE HAVE?
Lots of loafingly lovely styles to choose from!
FANCY A FREE SNUG PACK?
FEEL THE LOAF
- We're fusspots about details
- We install large items for you
- We take away the packaging and can remove your old bed, sofa or mattress
- We refund you in full if you're in any way unhappy in the first 14 days
What makes our French beds so special?
We worked incredibly hard to create reproduction French beds that look authentic but without all the creaks of an original. The only way to get it absolutely right was to copy the traditional methods used to make beds centuries ago before the age of machines.
So we took a beautiful antique French bed to the graduates of a professional woodcarving school and watched them work their magic. After days of whittling away by hand at chunks of lovely weathered oak, our first bed was born: absolutely gorgeous, solidly built and a far cry from much of the tat available on the high street and Internet.
So which one should I go for?
If you want to make more of a statement with your bedroom furniture then go for one of our Louis French style beds, which are slightly more ornate than a conventional bed.
Or if simple elegance is more your cup of tea, why not go for our curvy Lou-Lou sleigh bed available in double, king and superking sizes?
Or if you're after a single French bed for a spare room or children's bed, our Coco bed could be just the ticket.
We provide free delivery and installation in and around London and ask for a small contribution for delivery in other parts of the UK. As always, we also have a fourteen-day free returns policy on all of our bed styles in single, double, king and superking sizes.
So please do click away or give us a call to place your order for a reproduction French bed now and sleep like royalty.
What Charlie Says
"It was once said that ''Whoever does not visit Paris regularly will never really be elegant'. Sleeping in one of our French beds is the next best thing, oozing with luxury and crafted with gorgeous materials here in Blighty" - Charlie Marshall, Head of Loafing