What if you could explore History through modern cabinets with contemporary design inside your living room? Nowadays, some artists, artisans, and designers have adopted History as their muse, creating luxury furniture and fine art pieces for any interior decoration.
Today, Buffets and Cabinets have the chance to present you some craftsmanship masterpieces and home décor ideas related to History. Are you ready to travel some centuries ago with the help of modern cabinets? So, take a look at some history-inspired cabinets and living room furniture with exclusive design by luxury brands.
D. Manuel Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
Named after King Manuel I of Portugal, best known for his support of Portuguese exploration, this noble cabinet takes inspiration from the Portuguese Manuelino style and a city skyline.
D. Heritage Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
Heavily inspired in Portuguese history and culture, the Dom Heritage is a cross between two of Boca do Lobo’s most iconic design pieces, keeping the form of the Dom Manuel cabinet, with the use of the azulejo finish. Used to tell tales and stories, azulejo tiles represents a landmark in Portuguese architecture. The Dom Heritage is a tribute to the country’s grand epoch, as well as to it’s traditional artisan crafts which Boca do Lobo seek to keep alive.
Victoria Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
Baroque inspired piece with a carved base composed by mahogany. A supreme luxury furniture piece in honor of Queen Victoria of England.
Heritage Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
Heritage Sepia Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
Both of these fine art pieces are elegant décor acquisitions to complement the decor of any interior setting. A highly coveted ensemble of hand-painted tiles like those of an expertly curated art collection brings together master artisans and craftsmen for Boca do Lobo’s Heritage. In their interior, there is one door and four drawers, fully lined with gold leaf.
Gugenheim Cabinet by Boca do Lobo
The internationally renowned art museum and one of the most significant architectural icons of the 20th century, the Guggenheim Museum has inspired the concept of this cabinet. These handcrafted, extremely versatile and unique pieces are ideal for storing glassware and fine silver collectibles in the dining room or any other of your collections – a great compliment to any classic or modern interior setting.
Camilia Cabinet by Koket
Designed passionately and exquisitely by the incomparable talents powering KOKET, the Camilia Cabinet was created to grace the most regal of rooms with its elegance and splendor. Inspired by the aristocratic palaces of the Alexandrian pashas of Egypt, the mother of pearl Camilia is crowned by an artisan hand-carved peacock, meticulously engraved and delicately finished in metal leaf.
Hepburn Cabinet by Essential Home
Inspired by one of the most refined names in the Hollywood industry History, Essential Home created Hepburn cabinet. With a body handmade in walnut and two door handles made of polished brass, this mid-century modern cabinet stands out thanks to its leather upholstered applique at the bottom.