LOS ANGELES – Whom Home, a digitally native furniture brand that focuses on sustainability, has introduced a new bed called Lauren that is made from sustainable hardwood.
The company said the materials for the bed come from recycled polystyrene pulled from the ocean, along with non-toxic paints and finishes and easy-to-clean fabrics, which have a lighter carbon footprint.
The Lauren bed is made with an internal alder wood frame, steel suspension, an upholstered headboard and is available in a range of fabrics and colors.
The bed is available in queen size, which retails for $2,000, as well as Eastern king or California king, both of which retail for $2,400. The Eastern king beds will fit a mattress approximately 76″ wide and 80″ deep. California king beds are more narrow when looking from the front of the bed and will fit a mattress approximately 72″ wide and 84″ deep.
The legs of the bed can be brass, black or chocolate. It also comes with a choice of 26 different fabric and color options including a crushed micro-chenille, a lightweight micro-chenille, a soft heathered weave, a structured linen weave and a velvet knit.