Just in time for Maison Objet Paris, what about to spot the best credenza designed by Italian furniture brands? They have style, they are the great option in luxury furniture…and they are made in Italy!
Baxter – Wireframe
Italian furniture brand Baxter has created Wireframe – a beautiful cabinet, giving credits to American Art Deco of 1930s. Various geometric shapes on the front are highlighted with metallic inlays. Metallic frames used as feet make the whole construction solid yet light at the same time.
Casamilano – Garbo
Garbo sideboard has MDF base and heat-treated eucalyptus finish. Handles and feet are made of brush brass, while interior shelves are from tempered glass in bronze colour.
Cattelan Italia – Europa Keramik
Europa Keramik sideboard has sliding doors with inserts in ceramic Marmi Calacatta, Alabastro or Ardesia. Matt graphite or white painted frame just define the shape of this credenza.
Dall’Agnese – Stripe
Dall’Agnese credenza has a front made of different sized boards that create a fantastic sense of movement. With a wide range of multiple woods, Dall’Agnese offers you different options, that you can make the one that will suit the style of your living room decor.
Flexform – Piuma
The richness of mahogany wood is displayed on this spectacular credenza which will be a wonderful addition to a living or dining room (the kind of sideboard with storage that everyone needs…)
Fratelli Longhi – Gordon
Gordon is a part of Nobles collection characterized by original shapes and luxurious finishes. This living room cabinet is covered in grey leather, while internal finish is in dark zebrano wood. The top is made in various marbles while edges and ground metal base can be done in various metallic finishes – gold, chrome, black chrome or matt satin bronze.
Galotti & Radice – Tama
Sideboard in black lacquered ash with satin brass handles and feet. The X-shape base is the zest of this design.
Louis Kazan – Rembrant
This luxurious piece will be a wonderful addition to your home if your are in fond of modern interpretation of Art Deco Style. Its crispy lines, modern minimalistic design and exotic Brazilian woods used for its fabrication catch attention and need no extra embellishments.
Poltrona Frau – Lloyd
Lloyd cabinet design by Jean-Marie Massaud, one of the highest recommend french designers, represents a system of bookcases and storage units. Square shapes of different sizes set a playful yet very masculine look. A series of vertical grids run from top to bottom and each one of them can be moved on desired location. Dark wood makes a gorgeous background that makes all your beautiful decorative items put on display pop.
Roche Bobois – Trocadero
Trocadero buffet is a 2-door unit finished in gorgeous walnut veneer. Minimalistic design is complimented with beautiful pattern on one of the doors. Handles in brass add a bit of glamour and feminine touch.
Source: Essenziale HD