East Asian Wood Daybeds

Chinese Woven Wicker and Elmwood Opium Bed Coffee Table
This Chinese 19th century large opium bed / coffee table features a woven wicker insert (not age-related). Elmwood with natural patina. From Shanxi Province, 1840-1860.
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Ming Daybeds

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Wicker, Elm

Chinese Ming Style Carved Daybed with Grasscloth
Remarkable Chinese carved hardwood daybed made in the Ming style with a grasscloth or raffia inset. The bed features beautifully hand carved back and sides with an open fretwork desi...
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Furniture

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Fabric, Grasscloth, Hardwood

20th Century Chinese Daybed / Settee
Beautifully heavily hand carved daybed / settee with silk cushion and pillows, Hand painted in Chinese red and giltwood on the back carvings.
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20th Century Chinese Chinese Export Daybeds

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Giltwood, Silk, Wood

20th Century Chinese Daybed / Settee
H 48.5 in. W 78 in. D 30.25 in.
Chinese Antique Wooden Daybed with Woven Rattan Seat and Spindle Accents
An antique Chinese wooden daybed from the early 20th century, with woven rattan seat and spindle accents. Born in China during the early years of the 20th century, this charming dayb...
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Early 20th Century Chinese Furniture

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Rattan, Wood

19th Century Day Bed Coffee Table
19th century elmwood low table, day bed, bench, and or cocktail table. Round leg construction with round corner apron, very solid, very strong, rustic low table with wonderful patina...
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Coffee and Cocktail Tables

Materials

Elm

19th Century Day Bed Coffee Table
H 18 in. W 81 in. D 20 in.
Chinese Enclosed Bed, Late 19th Century
A Chinese wedding bed in carved wood, with lattice canopy supported by side walls with turned wood spindles and carved panels, circa 1890. The bed completely disassembles in minutes ...
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Antique Late 19th Century Chinese Qing Furniture

Materials

Wood

Chinese Enclosed Bed, Late 19th Century
H 98 in. W 80 in. D 68 in.
19th Century Chinese Low Kang Table with Woven Top
This handsome table is a prime example of traditional Chinese craftsmanship. The frame of the beautifully worn top is lined with a finely woven mat, carved clouds form spandrels on t...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Qing Daybeds

Materials

Reed, Elm

19th Century Chinese Luohan Bed
Prior to the 10th century, Chinese society eschewed raised seats in favor of mats. The rising popularity of chairs and other forms of elevated seating led craftsmen to adapt traditio...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Qing Furniture

Materials

Elm

19th Century Chinese Luohan Bed
H 34.5 in. W 82 in. D 39 in.
19th Century Chinese Woven Top Low Table
Distinguished by its scalloped apron and lotus pod feet, this Qing-dynasty daybed was handcrafted of northern elmwood with an eye for decorative detail. The top, woven of reeds accor...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Qing Daybeds

Materials

Elm, Reed

19th Century Chinese Woven Top Low Table
H 18 in. W 79 in. D 27.25 in.
19th Century Chinese Platform Daybed with Ruyi Scrolled Feet
This 19th century monumental elmwood daybed from China's Shanxi province features an outward-curving apron with cusped edges and a tightly-woven rattan top. The daybed's abbreviated ...
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Antique Mid-19th Century Chinese Qing Daybeds

Materials

Rattan, Elm

Antique Chinese Carved Wood and Bamboo Inlaid Daybed
A Chinese antique daybed known as "Kang" or "Luohan bed", circa 19th century. In the Ming Style but made in the late Qing dynasty. It can also be used as a bespoken oversized coffee ...
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Ming Daybeds

Materials

Bamboo, Wood

Expandable Sofabed in Walnut and Stainless Steel by Naihan Li
By Naihan Li
Located in Los Angeles, CA
The newest addition to The Crates stainless steel series includes a sofabed, made of mirror-finish stainless steel, walnut and with down-filled. Naihan’s idea for the Crates origi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Chinese Sofas

Materials

Stainless Steel

Early 19th Century Chinese Canopy Bed
A Chinese canopy bed was typically part of a bride's dowry or a gift to a courtesan. It grew to be an important household status symbol, and the subject of rivalry among wives and co...
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Antique 19th Century Chinese Qing Daybeds

Materials

Elm

Early 19th Century Chinese Canopy Bed
H 90 in. W 85 in. D 50 in.