The bed NOOK offers more than it appears at first glance.
From the front, it demonstrates calmness and stability, while from the side it has a dynamic and light look. The slightly rounded corners and edges of fine birch plywood form a beautiful contrast to the white surface. The headboard is a pure miracle of space. The upper spacious storage area provides plenty of space for books, alarm clock or bedside lamps. All devices can be easily and unobtrusively supplied by power through the slender openings in the cover plates. Under the cover plates, which are partially fully removable and partially equipped with folding hinges, much additional space is visible. The compartments are fitted with cable ports, so that they can store also power supplies and adapters. The secret compartment, which is protected by a double bottom from prying eyes, offers more storage room. NOOK is fast and easy to assemble because the headboard is already pre-assembled.
The NOOK bed also cuts a good figure as a single bed and is available in the widths of 100, 120, 140, 180 und 200 cm. Depending on the width each bed has a different compartment division in the headpiece.
recess depth for mattresses + bed slats with frame is: 115, 140, 165 mm
height of the bed edge is 400mm
total height at the headboard is 800 mm
motorized adjustable slatted frames
100x200 cm > width 1038, height 800, depth 2238 mm
100x210 cm > width 1038, height 800, depth 2338 mm
100x220 cm > width 1038, height 800, depth 2438 mm
120x200 cm > width 1238, height 800, depth 2238 mm
120x210 cm > width 1238, height 800, depth 2338 mm
120x220 cm > width 1238, height 800, depth 2438 mm
generous storage space
slim openings in the cover plates
smooth rounded corners and edges
head part with large storage space
secret compartment inside the head part
cover plates partly removable, partly equipped with hinge
internal compartments equipped with cable outlets
birch plywood, 18 mm material thickness
highly durable CPL coating
bed frame delivered disassembled
head part pre-assembled
What does HPL and CPL mean?
CPL is the abbreviation for für Continuos Pressed Laminates
HPL is the abbreviation for High Pressure Laminates (HPL from thickness > 2 mm are according to standard EN 438 compact plates)
What is special about the HPL coating of our black matt furniture?
Our HPL laminate impresses with its high abrasion, impact and scratch resistance. It is ideal for horizontal as well as heavily used surfaces. The super-matt surface feels velvety warm and is characterized by its very good anti-fingerprint property. This makes our HPL laminate unique and universally applicable.
Are there special features in the care of our HPL coating?
The HPL coating requires no special care because of its resistant and hygienic, dense surface. The surface is generally easy to clean. It should be noted that no sanitary cleaners or cleaning agents with abrasive components are used for cleaning, since such cleaners lead to changes in gloss and scratches.
What is the difference between HPL and CPL?
The term CPL already gives an indication of the manufacturing process, that is, CPL is produced in continuous double belt presses with a compression pressure between 30 and 70 bar and temperatures between 150 °C and 170 °C. Depending on the laminate thickness and the press zone length, the feed rate varies between 8 and 15 m/min.
HPL is produced in batch multistage presses with a pressure of between 50 and 90 bar and temperatures > 120 °C. Very often, in connection with the production process of laminates, the pressure is also given in mega-pascal (MPa). The floor presses have between 10 and 20 floors and each floor holds approx. 8 laminate boards with a nominal thickness of 0,50 to 0,80 mm. Depending on the press feed and the maximum temperature, the complete press cycle including re-cooling takes between 20 and 60 minutes.
Delivery by the dealer
Müller Möbelwerkstätten works together with a large number of specialized dealers. This allows us to have the furniture purchased in our online shop delivered to you via this one. We send the furniture to the logistics center of the respective specialist dealer, from where our competent partner takes care of the processing of your order.
He will contact you by appointment and optional bookable installation.
1. Why is the goods not delivered directly to me?
As a rule, deliveries made by our specialist dealer are bulky goods that require an increased logistic effort for delivery.
If, for example, the order were delivered directly to you by freight carrier, this corresponds to a delivery free of curbside.
By contrast, our specialist dealers are specially trained personnel who have been trained by us to set up and transport the furniture of Müller Möbelwerkstätten.
Particularly noteworthy in the service "delivery by our dealer" are:
- Scheduled delivery according to desired date
- Delivery behind the first lockable door
2. Are all furniture delivered by the specialist dealer?
No, not in all cases we can provide this service. Of course, this depends on whether there is a specialist dealer in the immediate vicinity.
In addition, our small furniture can be regularly sent with a parcel service (GLS).
3. Assembly by our specialist dealer
The assembly can be booked separately in our online shop when ordering. The costs are based on the corresponding value of goods. Of course, the option of mounting is not mandatory, but recommended for selected furniture due to its complexity.
In addition to the actual assembly, this service offers further advantages:
- Carrying in the apartment included
- Subsequent disposal of the packaging
Of course, the option of mounting is not mandatory, but recommended for selected furniture due to its complexity.
For example, at
Yes, within Germany we offer a construction service. Click on "book assembly" in the shopping cart and your furniture will be set up at your home for only 5% surcharge by a specialist dealer.
Designer // Felix Stark
The designer Felix Stark was born in 1976 in Bonn. In 2002 he completed an apprenticeship as a cabinetmaker and then began to study industrial design in Cologne. Since 2004 he has run his own industrial design office and is also a lecturer at... About Felix Stark