Q Lin Bed Revives The Chinese Tradition Of Wood Carving

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Q Lin bed revives the lost Chinese tradition of carving incredible wood screens. Designed by an artist with eclectic roots, this bed is not just a piece of furniture, perfect for the bedroom, but it is a sculptural statement, as the object has more than 3,000 holes drilled from both sides of the bed.

It is a modern interpretation of the Chinese screen pattern and what it is truly surprising is that fact that Q Lin bed was handmade. And just by looking at how precise the holes are, you realize the designer’s mastery. The wood that was used for the bed was carefully chosen, so the dark wood of walnut gives personality, especially seeing the headboard, made of solid walnut.

For those who think the Q Lin bed would suit their bedrooms, they should know the bed can be ordered by contacting the Hong Kong Stunt Team, which is the designer’s showroom.

 


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