Lost Art of Ancient Chinese Wood Carving Adorns the Q Lin Bed
Nov 26, 2013 14:48
The Q Lin Bed boasts 3,000 holes hand-drilled from both sides of the wood to create a modern representation of a Chinese floor screen pattern. These holes are carved with precision, speaking directly to the pain-staking process of old world artists. The type of wood used yields warm, expressive grain patterns that give the bed a personable feel. Each piece of wood was hand selected and chosen for the type of personality found in the grain. The headboard is one piece of solid walnut that reflects large sweeping grains of striking character.
The Q Lin Bed is available here and is made to order.
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