In 1936 the Venetian company Bonaldo started as a craft business specialized in the production of metal bedsteads and then expanded its production to iron beds, inventing a folding bedstead which has become a market standard. With its double and single beds, combined with complements and accessories, the new collection is the expression of a strong experience acquired over the years, of careful design made of stylistic research and material experimentation – from fabrics to structures – and of project development.
At the heart of the concept there is a new dimension of the sleeping area enriched with refined charm, relaxing islands, beds with a cosy, emotional and functional design. With wraparound headboards or minimal structures, unexpected details which, in perfect harmony with the distinctive style of Bonaldo, give the bedroom a strong visual impact able to amaze and play a leading role.
Sometimes even with an unexpected twist, as in the “Moglie e Marito” model which plays on the duality of the two elements that make up a couple gaining in turn mutual meaning, supporting each other, or the “Fluff” bed with a rounded design that takes its inspiration from the soft stuffing of the American Fluffernutter sandwich made with marshmallows and peanut butter. The leitmotif of the entire collection is an elegant design that perfectly harmonises with the excellent sartorial skills of Bonaldo.
The new sleeping collection offers not only a wide range of beds, but also the possibility to customize each model with different kinds of upholstery: from natural fibres to wools, from linen to cotton, from leather to eco-leather, from bouclé to frisé, in many colour variations ranging from the softest to the brightest hues. This allows the customization of the ‘silhouette’ of the beds, giving them a different character depending on the fabric and on the colour, winking at the latest trends in the fashion world.
Lovy bed by Sergio Bicego: Surprising in both shape and style. Lovy bed expands the namesake collection of sofas featuring modern and unusual lines. It captivates and envelops like a hug. It is available in multiple models and fabrics: Lovy bed ego, quilted with a diamond pattern, Lovy bed plus, with a capitonné effect, and Lovy bed hi, with a high and straight headboard.
Moglie e Marito by Paolo Grasselli: What happens when two contrasting elements come together? They gain mutual meaning, completing and creating a magical and winning contrast. It happens in relationships… and also in furnishing. When a simple metal frame meets the softness of two thick and voluminous headboard cushions, a striking combination is created: in the “Moglie e Marito” model, the union creates a unique architectural detail, made even more precious by the possibility of combining the colours of the metal of the frame with the headboard cushions.
Full Moon by Giuseppe Viganò: Dreamlike, like a full moon. The Full Moon bed, with its quilted headboard and the elegant capitonné effect, transforms the environment into an oasis of relaxation and privacy. Available in two heights, the headboard frames the bed giving it a sense of fullness and softness, as on the draped bed frame. The version with the highest headboard (Full Moon hi) comes also with a storage unit (Full Moon hi open).
Madame C. by Giuseppe Viganò: Sophisticated and surprising, just as the muse who inspired it, Coco Chanel. The Madame C. bed is elegant and comfortable with unconventional elements such as the distinctive headboard made of three slightly overlapping large cushions, and the thin metal feet supporting it. Madame C. enriches the living room namesake collection which includes sofas and chairs.