Soft, clear-cut lines feature greatly in Patrick Norguet’s bed ‘Flavia’. The headboard, upholstered in soft Pelle Frau® leather, shows all the craftsmanship skill in working with leather and provides both comfort and protection. Built from solid poplar wood and beech plywood with MDF panels, the headboard is padded with polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. Flavia is utterly practical and can accommodate a spacious container unit accessible from the front footboard by simply raising the resting surface with a gas device. In the standard version the cylindrical steel feet are set back against the edging, and finished in anthracite grey, whilst in the version with container unit, the headboard side sees them flanked by 2 wheels that facilitate movement. Upholstered in prestigious Pelle Frau® leather. Flavia can be integrated as required with Rest Bases, Mattresses and Bed Linen from the Poltrona Frau Notte® collection.
Since 1912 the brand stamped on all Poltrona Frau models has marked the end of a long, careful manufacturing process and confirms its authenticity. The Poltrona Frau brand name has always been associated with prestigious, hardwearing items with important designs and functions and high levels of comfort and quality. Carefully chosen materials are treated and processed as only Poltrona Frau knows how. Elegant natural materials like goose down, leather and wood are combined with highly innovative materials that are the result of years of research. All Poltrona Frau creations are hand-made individually using the skill of craftsmen that is handed down over the years and constantly refined in order to guarantee the best results. Every cut, every stitch, every hand-driven nail and every knot are proof that the product is truly unique. Created ad hoc and different from all others, the result always mirrors your dreams.
The brand mark and the product code guarantee that the item is unique and authentic. Please register your product code in the Poltrona Frau Club to extend your product's warranty up to 4 years.