The asymmetrical whiplash line inspired by plants and flowers was a popular motif used by Art Nouveau period designers. The design became universally popular apart from some critics who labelled it a "noodle style".
Treske developed this concept into bespoke bedroom furniture to include wardrobes to fit below a sloping celing within the room, a dressing table and a feature mirror to fit within an eave of the ceiling, as well as a double bed and bedside shelves.
The whiplash line made in walnut links the furniture pieces and acts as both decoration and as handles where it thickens. Designed and made in the Treske workshops, the furniture uses oak as the principle timber with straight grain and oak veneers chosen to provide a background for the decorative walnut.