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  • Wonder Wall Cabinet
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    Wonder Wall Cabinet
    Design Blu Dot, 2007. Veneer or lacquered, aluminum wall cleat. Organization can be the difference between clutter and collection. Double-drawer cabinets swallow everything from clothes and cutlery to stacks of CDs and DVDs. Behind the drop-down door cabinet, an adjustable shelf can house A/V electronics. Both cabinets feature wire management holes and concealed latches. Available in ivory, walnut or white. The cabinets feature walnut veneer or a lacquer finish over engineered wood substrate, an adjustable shelf (drop-down cabinet) with cord management holes and concealed latches and aluminum wall cleats. 38" L | 16.5" h | 21" d.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Basic Cabinet - Open With 1 Drawer
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Basic Cabinet - Open With 1 Drawer
    Design George Nelson™, 1946. Plywood, walnut or oak veneer, aluminum alloy. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. In the 1940s, George Nelson was at the forefront of the trend toward modernism in design. The Nelson Basic Cabinet Series, designed in 1946, is a clean-lined, functional, and versatile modular storage system that fits the way you live now and the way you will live tomorrow. The definition of classic is "a work of enduring excellence." And the Basic Cabinet Series is a perfect example. This series includes an open cabinet with drawer and a closed cabinet with door. You can use one cabinet alone or mix and match them with the other cabinets and Platform Bench to create a storage and seating configuration that suits your space needs. All of these cabinets are available without legs, so they can be stacked atop each other or the platform bench, or with legs, for freestanding use. Legs are 5.5" high, black-finished, solid wood. Cabinets are available in two finish options-light brown walnut or natural oak. Drawer and door pulls are custom aluminum alloy. Clean profiles with functional elements make each cabinet in this collection a model of efficiency. The Basic Cabinet Series is known for its practical storage areas and handsomely designed exteriors. As with everything George Nelson designed, it's all about the flexibility, efficiency and the good looks, of course. Small open cabinet with 1 drawer: 18" w | 18.5" d | no legs: 16.5" h | with legs: 22" h.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Basic Cabinet With Hinged Door
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Basic Cabinet With Hinged Door
    Design George Nelson™, 1946. Plywood, walnut or oak veneer, aluminum alloy. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. In the 1940s, George Nelson was at the forefront of the trend toward modernism in design. The Nelson Basic Cabinet Series, designed in 1946, is a clean-lined, functional, and versatile modular storage system that fits the way you live now and the way you will live tomorrow. The definition of classic is "a work of enduring excellence." And the Basic Cabinet Series is a perfect example. This series includes an open cabinet with drawer and a closed cabinet with door. You can use one cabinet alone or mix and match them with the other cabinets and Platform Bench to create a storage and seating configuration that suits your space needs. All of these cabinets are available without legs, so they can be stacked atop each other or the platform bench, or with legs, for freestanding use. Legs are 5.5" high, black-finished, solid wood. Cabinets are available in two finish options-light brown walnut or natural oak. Drawer and door pulls are custom aluminum alloy. Clean profiles with functional elements make each cabinet in this collection a model of efficiency. The Basic Cabinet Series is known for its practical storage areas and handsomely designed exteriors. As with everything George Nelson designed, it's all about the flexibility, efficiency and the good looks, of course. Small cabinet with hinged door: 18" w | 18.5" d | no legs: 16.5" h | with legs: 22" h.
  • Bensen About Face
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    Bensen About Face
    Design Niels Bendtsen. Wood veneer, mirror, steel base. Made in British Columbia by Bensen. About Face is a rotating cabinet that features a full length mirror and flexible storage for everything from books to clothes. It is simple in form, thoughtful in its detailing and excels in bringing utility and elegance to small spaces. About Face is a veneered cabinet made from select quarter and flat sliced veneers, finished with a clear coat lacquer to protect and enhance the natural wood color and pattern. The 5mm thick mirrored glass has flat polished edges and is carefully bonded to the cabinet. The powder coated steel base spins effortlessly under any weight and is maintenance free. Available in a variety of wood veneers and complete with four adjustable shelves and one fixed center shelf. 13.5" L | 13.5" d | 76.75" h | base: 19" dia.
  • Linteloo Downtown Cabinet
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    Linteloo Downtown Cabinet
    Design Roderick Vos, 2010. Steel bars, MDF, veneer, leather. Made in Italy by Linteloo. Downtown plays a role as a temple or a tower to flaunt our memories, for example by putting statues, souvenirs and books in the cabinet. "This object reminds me of American Art Deco buildings, like the famous Victoria Hotel in Miami", according to Roderick Vos. Downtown cabinet features a steel bar frame with wooden panels veneered on a black MDF support. The wood panels are finished in a matte open-pored polyurethane-acrylic varnish and firmly glued and placed into the frame in a 'mixed match process'. The frame is offered powder-coated in black or lacquered in various colors (please call to specify lacquered version). The leather reading compartments are also offered in various colors. Downtown is also available with a lamp (please call to specify). 57.1" w | 33.5" d | 57.1" h.
  • Bensen About Face
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    Bensen About Face
    Design Niels Bendtsen. Wood veneer, mirror, steel base. Made in British Columbia by Bensen. About Face is a rotating cabinet that features a full length mirror and flexible storage for everything from books to clothes. It is simple in form, thoughtful in its detailing and excels in bringing utility and elegance to small spaces. About Face is a veneered cabinet made from select quarter and flat sliced veneers, finished with a clear coat lacquer to protect and enhance the natural wood color and pattern. The 5mm thick mirrored glass has flat polished edges and is carefully bonded to the cabinet. The powder coated steel base spins effortlessly under any weight and is maintenance free. Available in a variety of wood veneers and complete with four adjustable shelves and one fixed center shelf. 13.5" L | 13.5" d | 76.75" h | base: 19" dia.
  • Carl Hansen & Son Mogens Koch Cabinet
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    Carl Hansen & Son Mogens Koch Cabinet
    Design Mogens Koch, 1928. Solid ash or oak wood. Made in Denmark by Carl Hansen & Son. When Mogens Koch drew the first lines of his bookcase system in 1928, he created a shape which has been copied again and again all over the world. The system with its square bookcase units offers almost endless flexibility with countless elements. Characteristic of both the design and the craftsmanship are the beautiful dovetail and rabbit joints, which create strength and stability in each module. The Mogens Koch cabinet has four sections, two small on the left and two wide on the right. The cabinet can be fitted with extra shelves and trays. The pre-drilled holes in the sides make it easy to fit the extra shelves on the bars or screw the tray panels in place. The cabinet is very versatile and can be used in the kitchen, the living room, at the office, in the corridor etc. The cabinet can be wall hung or placed on floor. Optional decorative floor plinth is also available. Cabinet: 29.9" h | 14.2" d | 29.9" w.
  • Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet
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    Herman Miller® Nelson Thin Edge Cabinet
    Design George Nelson™, 1952. Plywood, veneer, polished aluminum, metal. Made by Herman Miller® "Design is a response to social change." -George Nelson. Designed to look and feel exquisite, these cabinets, chests, and cases were produced in 1952 as application of George Nelson's continuing exploration of storage furniture, first introduced in 1945 in a Life magazine feature on his modular "Storagewall" concept. Originally called the Rosewood Group due to its use of rosewood veneer, this group was later renamed after the feature that gives it its aesthetic quality: the thin edge framing the doors and drawers. Fifty years since they were last available, the pieces are updated with environmentally sustainable veneers and finishing processes, including santos palisander, which shares - and honors - the rich personality of rosewood. The cabinet features two doors and one adjustable shelf. It's also available with polished aluminum legs with adjustable glides and your choice of two door pulls. Back panel can be requested finished to match or unfinished (matte black). Ships partially assembled, draw pulls need to be attached. This series consists of a buffet unit, chest of drawers, and a cabinet with doors. Please note: - walnut/dark brown combination, the case finish is walnut & drawers/door fronts are dark brown walnut. - white ash/walnut combination, the case finish if white ash & drawers/door fronts are walnut. Cabinet: 18.5" d | 34" w | 28.6" h.
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