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Let us introduce you to our bed of the month - The Frank Hudson Safari Bed!

A bed fit for celebrities, aristocrats and the city's elite! With the recent news that the Frank Hudson Safari Bed has been chosen for the Sophie Johnson suite at the Cannizaro House Hotel in Wimbledon we though it fitting to choose this as our bed of the month.

Frank Hudson Safari Bed

The Frank Hudson Safari Bed is a truly stunning bed frame that exudes regal elegance and style. The safari range is painstakingly hand-crafted from carefully picked rich mahogany. Each piece in then hand finished to complete this magnificent range. Inspired while on safari in Africa Rex Hudson designed this bed to capture the spirit of the area. And so was born the beautiful and distinctive Safari bed. Complementing the mahogany feel, the bed is upholstered in a choice of faux crocodile, smooth leather or a complete range of luxurious fabrics.

Frank Hudson Safari Bed - Brown

Frank Hudson Safari Bed - Headboard detail

The very essence of the African plains is cleverly captured in its design.

History in brief: Frank Hudson

Frank Hudson has a long history of fine furniture making dating back to WWII. Three generations of the Hudson family have adopted the family's passion for excellence, passing it on from the generation before. With this fantastic history comes a wealth of experience, used to design and produce a stunning collection of furniture. Frank Hudson founded the company in 1947 and is highly regarded as a master-carver of his time. He began his carving career in 1917 as an apprentice for the then well-known Italian wood-carver Tulio Cain who set up a small factory in the local area, carving pieces for the furniture trade. He then moved on to work for Sir Henry Stone who was an expert in decorative furniture, before finally setting up on his own enterprise. During the war, demand for delicately carved furniture fell and Frank did his duty as a civilian ground engineer at Booker Airfield. When wartime was over, the company was called upon to help with the reconstruction of a devastated London, restoring famous buildings such as the beautiful panelling in Girdlers Hall. Successful commissions led to a further work and an impeccable reputation on which the business grew; even supplying furniture to HM Queen. Frank never gave up carving and carried on until eventually passing on the business to his son Rex.

Our Bed Of The Month Promotion

For this month only Frank Hudson Safari Bed prices from £4000.00 for a Kingsize bed and £4500 for the Superking bed (£1500 SAVING OFF THE RRP). We ask you to get in contact with us directly to ensure complete satisfaction in the product and our service.

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