Design Verner Panton.
The Panton cubes in chrome plated steel can be used individually or by combining several cubes. They are ideal for creating bookcases or small storage units, or they can be fixed to the wall or serve as a nightstand.
W:35,4 x D:35,4 x H:35,4cm
Chrome plated steel
The Cutter Mini-Wardrobe by Niels Hvass is a very stylistically pure collection of shelves that, despite its modest size, incorporates a hanger rail, four hooks and a hat shelf. A practical little Cutter Box for gloves and caps can be placed on the shelf.
The " Tall Boy" chest of drawers is a narrow piece of furniture with a large storage capacity. Created in 1959 by famous Danish designer Arne Vodder, this piece has become, since then, a classic embodying the mid-twentieth century Scandinavian design.
The sideboard #26 is an iconic piece of furniture with a large storage capacity combining a set of 6 drowers and 2 shelving storages. Created in 1959 by famous Danish designer Arne Vodder, this piece has become, since then, a classic embodying the mid-twentieth century Scandinavian design.
Bukato is a very functional sideboard, which can be customized according to your preferences. The sliding doors, available in 8 different colors, add a colorful touch to any room lacking personality. The internal layout is adjustable can be fitted with shelves and/or drawers and will easily adapt to your needs.
The Sideboard 142, designed in 1965 has a 60’s shape with rounded corners, made of solid wood and manufactured with high quality standards, its pure and clean lines are a perfect combination of the Danish Modern. Its subbtles tambour doors allow a great economy of space and its veneer wood back to seperate two spaces with elegance.
This TV set allows to hide all the electronic devices when one do not use them thanks to its foldaway door. This one realized in drilled aluminium allows the use of the electronic elements remote controls, carries(wears) closed. Available in 40 colors, 6 in quick ship delivery.
The simple and beautiful Finn Juhl sideboard from 1955 combines exclusive wood materials with the colors of the Goethe color wheel. The sideboard is made with white / yellow, white / light blue, oak, teak, walnut or Oregon pine sliding doors and matching trays in yellow / red or blue tones.