Coordinating piece: Eden Lloyd Loom bedstead from Gallery Direct

Introducing the Eden Lloyd Loom bedstead from Gallery Direct’s Frank Hudson collection. The bedstead is made using the Lloyd Loom method of construction, which consists of weaving paper over wire. This traditional method produces furniture that complements various interior styles. The furniture comes in a choice of two-sizes of bedsteads and coordinated items.

Established in 1973 as a family run business, Gallery Direct is now one of the leading British based designers, manufacturers and distributors of furniture, home décor and accessories. In 2014, the company acquired Frank Hudson, furniture makers since 1947. The company’s current portfolio includes: mirrors, furniture, soft furnishings, lighting and accessories.

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