Sometimes you hear of a brand that triggers your attention. And for me this is what happened with Noctys, à new french brand. As a result I felt like telling you about it, here on the blog. It is, in fact, a product that is rather fun, also eco-friendly and entirely produced in France.
Isabelle Cussac, who is at the head of the project, simply wanted to develop her gracious idea. A product in line with the trends of our time, which are a desire for sustainability, a search for modular design and a preference for the ‘made-in-France’ label. It’s a customizable headboard inspired by the Japandi trend (which sits between Japanese minimalism and Scandinavian cleanliness)
We no longer use our bed just for sleeping.
We like to read in it, watch TV or a smartphone/tablet, meditate, listen to podcasts, wake up with a nice cup of tea, etc. The number of objects trying to find a place on the edges of our bed is multiplying. Thereforen a nightstand is no longer enough. Space is needed for the glass of water, various books and magazines, headphones, charger, p,one, music speaker, etc. The Noctys headboard offers space for all this. Moreover, it allows you to adapt the different accessories of the headboard to your personal needs. And if you change your habits, your headboard changes with you.
So, it’s pretty smart and really fun!
What sets Noctys apart?
Isabelle was inspired by the principle of the pegboard – perforated panel – to create Noctys.
But the specific talent of these headboards lies in their ability to support multiple pieces of furniture and accessories, hanging from their diamond-shaped holes. This geometric shape underlines a choice that is as aesthetic as it is technical. The hanging principle is well studied: the hooks are invisible and the accessories securely hung.
“A bed without a headboard is like a house open to the side: you can’t sleep peacefully.
Giving a headboard to your bed is to take root, to anchor yourself in your intimacy, to finally live for yourself.“
A 100% natural materials.
Noctys was able to get launched thanks to an Ulule campaign and was recently at the Made In France fair in Paris. I wish their modular headboards long life and who knows, maybe even other pretty products in the future.