An exclusive range, so you will only be able to secure one of these Orla Kiely beds at Barker and Stonehouse.
Whether you want to is dependent on your love of midcentury modern design and/or your love or Orla Kiely patterns, as both are key components of these beds and no doubt contribute to the rather hefty asking price.
No, they don’t come cheap, but when has Orla Kiely design ever been at the cheap end of the spectrum? Certainly not when it comes to larger items like these.
But it might be a price worth paying if you do fall in love with these designs. There are three in total, all with tapered legs, upholstered frame and a ‘feature’ Orla Kiely headboard.
The difference, names aside, is really the pattern and colours, as all are pretty consistent when it comes to the shape. Actually, there is one other thing to consider, which is the size of the bed.
You can take your pick from the double, king and super king and as you probably won’t need telling, that also weighs heavily when it comes to the price.
Talking of prices, they start at £989 for the smallest and cheapest, jumping up to £1,259 for the premium Sophia in its largest, super king incarnation.
As I said, quite an investment, but if you are a fan, it might be worth checking the bank account for.