The Naked Line cabinet from Pennsylvania-based MIO stripped away the use of veneers to expose its composite construction: formaldehyde-free, 100% pre-consumer recycled wood fibers. Mix-and-match the sliding front panels in white, grey, and orange to make this customizable console a polestar in your pad.
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.
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.
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.