No more TV above the fireplace that is too high… or exposed TV niche that looks too cluttered… This living room cabinet in a classic contemporary style house designed by Swan Architecture elegantly hides the television when not in use.
If you want to decorate your room like a Salvador Dali painting, these surreal looking stacked cabinets are just the furniture for you. Disappear into a room perhaps, or just pretend to be in an alternate universe, these abstract art cabinets and shelves keep the furniture familiar despite the unusual shapes. Designed by artist Vincent Thomas Leman, the abstract traditional furniture is handcrafted with wood by Dust Furniture at their studio in Indiana. It is available locally through selected galleries across the United States and can be shipped internationally through Dust Furniture.
The Memphis Milano Group was founded in 1980 by a group of designers led by famed Italian architect and designer Ettore Sottsass. The Memphis Milano Collection of furniture drew inspiration from Art Deco and Pop Art. The cabinets represented here are brightly-coloured and their unconventional shapes disregard the conventional function.
The Progetti Compiuti Cabinet from Cappellini by late Japanese designer Shiro Kuramata is both a functional cabinet and a significant piece of art for your interior decor.