A pair of cabinets, constructed of plastic, wood and aluminum, unveiled in 1970 by Raymond Loewy. Each has a manufacturer's label inside one drawer. They were created in France, for Compagnia d'Esthetique Industrielle.
Your unique organizational tendencies need not be bound by staid filing cabinets or standard drawers; WIS Design's Collect chest allows for knick-knacks of all shapes and sizes to be stored within its wood compartments. The series comes in a taller version, too, or with the fronts finished in various shades of paint.
This sleek cabinet has a convenient full-extension storage drawer and coordinates with Purist lavatories. Mounted on the wall, it frees up bathroom space—something that can come in very handy if you need a place to stash an arsenal of products in a hurry.
Collect 2012 is a distinct little cabinet for your favourite things designed by Sara Larsson. It is far away from any anonymous storage system and is characterised by its beautiful doors in leather. Collect 2012 is a limited edition of 81 cabinets. The cabinet has a fish scale patterned front made in Tärnsjö leather and comes with a signed and numbered metal plate.
Welsh's understated, livable Graft collection includes this storage-stocked credenza in gray laminate with a solid oak frame.
Yes, this walnut room divider will provide a place to stow books, records, and three drawers for littler tchotchkes, and it would definitely work in the middle of a room to break up the space, or in a hallway corridor, or an office. But what makes it truly unique is the handcrafted detailing; Lean in and take a closer look at the all-wood joinery, and you'll see why this console—made in Seattle from salvaged logs sourced in Oregon—is something truly special.
Ribbons of blackened stainless steel outline wood cabinetry and lacquered white sheet metal.
Under-sink clearance offers greater flexibility for wheelchair users and can also accommodate step stools for young children. Shown with Duravit’s Vero washbasin ($415–$690).