Revolutionary on the French market in the early 50s, the subtle elegance of the Daybed has a good chance of achieving even more success today, when a liking for understated designs exists, and has existed, for decades. Recent sensitivity to natural materials such as wood, return to ''low-consumption'' focused on fair and essential products, nostalgia for the fifties, and a return to the spirit of Scandinavian design are also factors in the current attractiveness of this model. Conceived as a small sofa with a built-in coffee table, it becomes a bigger sofa for 3 to 4 people (or even an auxiliary bed for one person) when you put the two back cushions on the coffee table next to the seat cushion.

Design by

Pierre Paulin

Pierre Paulin Ligne Roset
  • H 33" x W 81" x D 32" x SH 17"
  • Including packaging
    30 kg
Price range
  • From $ 3,740.00

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Technical Specifications

A seat in solid beech and solid American walnut, finished in a satin natural varnish, reinforced by a soldered steel frame. Base in black lacquered steel.

Seat with steel frame suspended by elastic straps, mounted in the direction of depth in order to avoid any lateral sway. Seat and backrest cushions made from multi-density high resilience polyurethane Bultex foam (dominant 38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa) clad with underlying slip-cover wads of 300g/m² polyester.

Box stitching on the cushions. Removable slip covers on the cushions. A label bearing the logo of Pierre Paulin is sewn onto one of the back cushions (cushion A).

The original version of 1953 associated a large seat cushion in ecru fabric with 2 red back cushions. This dual tone is always available, but other combinations are possible.
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