Designed by Rolf Meumann of Synapse Design, Kiribed is a flat-pack timber bed (in double, queen or king) that slots together without the use of tools or fixings. The bed consists of two hoop pine interior plywood side panels finished with beeswax oil and a set of Tasmanian Eucalyptus slats – either unfinished or stained. The timber slats can be stained to your colour of choice and a variety of printed graphics can be applied to the side panels.

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