Bretton Bed features meticulous detailing including mitre joints in the corners of the platform base, and a beautiful combination of materials. The form is pared down, with a visual levity created through tapering - of the leg, the wooden subframe, and even the headboard, which tapers toward the bed base. The bed is ideal for compact spaces as the frame is only minimally larger than the mattress. The subframe is available in oak or walnut, the upholstered headboard comes in a range of fabrics, and the legs are available in taupe or black anodised aluminium.
Bretton Bedside features beautiful joinery which Matthew Hilton invented for the CNC machine, also seen on Maia, and Coniston mirrors. Part of the Bretton family of furniture, this bedside is the perfect companion to the Bretton Bed, available in the same timber and metal options.