We are very excited to introduce you to our new piece of furniture : a transition bed that transforms in a daybed! It is made out of maple and fits a standard mattress for crib (such as the one you find at IKEA). The four side panels are interchangeable and discreetly rest under the mattress when not used.
Soon on our online store!
For over a year now, our furniture and objects are being built in a woodshop nested in the countryside, near Victoriaville (Qc). Beds, dressers, cutting boards, tents for kids and others are all crafted by the talented hands of Yvan and Laurence in these bucolic surroundings. We recently visited them in order to pick up walnut beds, dressers and nightstands – all of which we just delivered directly to our customers on the East Coast and in Ontario.
We dream of shooting all of our products over there, in nature, where they come from. Note to ourselves: this has to be done very soon…
The walnut furniture family is happy to welcome a new member! A dresser is now joining the bed and the nightstands in the bedroom. Who (what!) should be the next member of the family? Any ideas?
Visit our online store for details regarding this new piece of furniture. Next production for the walnut family starts in Fall 2014. Interested? We are already taking orders: contact us!
Objets Mécaniques is turning 2! Even more, we now have 1000 followers on Facebook. We are very grateful!
For those of you who prefer a mattress and spring box that rest directly on the floor: we now have stand alone headboards (queen and king sized) that follow the same design as our walnut bed. Interested? Visit our online store for more information!
Here are a few pictures of our work at “Comme des Enfants”. To see more, we suggest you visit this charming boutique : 122 Bernard Ouest St., in the Mile End in Montréal. There, you will see our very first store decor and a few pieces of furniture we made especially for it. Even better, you will discover beautiful objects that have been tastefully chosen by the adorable owner, Marie-France Simard.