Myako Japanese bed made of in solid beech wood, with slats and Tatami Myako Japanese bed made of in solid beech wood , with slats and Tatami Bedside tables: Myako bedside tables are sold separately through the appropriate list (see "Accessories"): Colours: The standard is natural untreated wood; on request, with an extra cost, it can be coloured in the following: If you buy the colored bed, the color choice has to be inserted in the appropriate field at the bottom of this page Colours " A " with natural products (both pigment and solvent) White Oil Impregnating Oil Brazil Oil Teak Oil Tobacco Oil Rosewood Oil Walnut Oil Ebony Oil Dark Walnut 064 Oil Brown 427 Oil Yellow 414 Oil Colours " B " with water-based products Sayerlack Ebony Coffee Moka Grey 794 Oil Wenghè Mahogany White Lilac 134 Oil Blue 126 Oil Green 113 Oil Size: The outside dimensions of the bed are 14 cm greater than the inside ones (for example the Dojo bed of internal size 160x200 cm has an external size of 174x214 cm) The height is 7,3 cm Delivery time: : approximately 4 -7 days for natural colour. Mattress: The mattress is not included in the offer, but can be purchased separately. Recommended measures are: Myako 140x200 : mattress 120x200 o 140x200 Myako 160x200 : mattress 140x200 o 160x200 Myako 210x200 : mattress 180x200 Headboard: As headboard we suggest the Futon headboard For colored products, delivery times are 2/3 weeks.
I THE STAR ATTRACTIONS OF TUTTINFIERA: CINIUS "Two words with Fabio Fenili, a founding partner of CINIUS Ltd" What is Cinius? Cinius has a 360° view of the home, from more classic furnishings to the made to measure solutions which are our particular strength. To explain a bit more clearly, we're talking about integrated furnishing systems which rationalize the use of space. The concept ranges from closets with made to measure sliding doors, to bookcases, to fixed and motorized lofts that allow you to get an extra room from the square meterage of your home, and which, for example, can be integrated with a wardrobe or the closet itself. In our philosophy, everything follows the forms of the house, pandering to it like a real carpentry job but with a contained cost. What does natural furnishing mean for you? It means giving homes and the people who live in them well-being in complete harmony with nature. More and more people are searching, including within themselves, for positive energies which give them a feeling of "shutting out” the negativity that surrounds us. So the use of selected raw materials, environmentally-friendly treatments, interlocking assembly using wooden screws and bolts or choosing futons lacking in springs allow us, for example, to avoid magnetic fields and live more healthily. These are just some of the small details which are fundamental for us, and which over time have a significant impact on our quality of life. Japanese style is very popular right now in interior design and other fields too. What was the situation when you set up the company 25 years ago? Why this choice? We've always been fascinated by apparently distant worlds from which we can draw useful lessons. At the start of our adventure we were oriented towards ethnic and country style. This research soon led us to explore with growing curiosity Japan, whose aesthetic tradition is one of simple lines with precise, functional details; all characteristics very close to our conception of space. The idea was to blend the two cultures and create contemporary solutions that, yes, embrace Japan, but also highlight the traditionally high quality of Italian craftsmanship.