Multi-drawer sideboard or cabinet designs, besides giving an elegant look in any decoration, are wonderful in terms of tidiness. Take a look at some amazing multi-drawer sideboard and cabinet designs and get inspired!
The Frank Chest reinforces the status of the art of furniture, reflected in the most beautiful and sophisticated drawers that defy time and space. All drawers were worked by hand respecting the highest standards of quality, whether in the fine materials used or in all the finishing details. The high level of demand is revealed in all phases of this creation, from its conception, until the finishing touch.
The Pixel Cabinet was born from Boca do Lobo designers’ strong desire to innovate and their open mind to combine and embrace craftsmanship and techniques from different forms and artistic styles. Strong, durable and invested with beauty and strength, this piece of furniture was handcrafted from the finest materials in designs as functional as they are aesthetically impressive.
When art becomes a sideboard your room acquires an evermore-inspiring atmosphere. The Mondrian sideboard is more art than utilitarian furniture. Undoubtedly, it constitutes a unique and collectible object that is different from anything else and exudes a sense of both experimental design and luxury.
The vintage-inspired drama of this elegant chest captures the essence of haute style. Sensuous curves and subtle gilt make the Orchidea an irresistible choice. The oval body is covered in a high gloss lacquer with charming orchid handles adorning the doors and drawers.
The Stack is a multifunctional drawer unit with 8 or 13 drawers in six colorway options. In this innovative design, Shay Alkalay challenges our perception of what a drawer unit can be. Individual, multicolored, ‘floating’ drawer units are built up creating a tower of drawers that can be pushed and pulled in both directions. This will often result in a random and irregular composition that is both fascinating and unusual to the eye.
Exceptional monumental bookmatched highly figured rosewood veneer credenza by Platner for Lehigh Leopold. Composed of a three stacked drawer module, three file drawer modules with drawers above and double door section concealing three pull-out drawers, granite slab inlaid surface and finished back.
Fantastic sideboard, made by Emiel Veranneman in 1973 and given as a present to Philippe Neerman, who was head of De Coene design in Kortrijk, Belgium (the Knoll International manufacturer for the BeNeLux). This very heavy, dark blue lacquered sideboard oozes quality and craftsmanship. It has ten drawers that open by pushing the drawer and then it clicks open.
Settimio is a “settimino” chest of drawer (seven-drawer dresser) created with a clear allusion to sculpture, almost as a provocation, that follows the trend to mix art and design.
The Huntley cabinet by Kelly Wearstler is composed of a blackened stainless steel cabinet body and four doors revealing moveable interior shelving of solid walnut. The tri-level pyramid shape features walnut drawers of beautiful craftsmanship with no after mark hardware.
The “Algae” Chest is like water rippling in the sun, altering its color constantly. A seaweed waving to the rhythm. Flowing water, which endlessly moves just to avoid becoming a swamp. It flows through the rocks, gently touching the grass, playing with the sun. This image reminds of childhood, it evokes the happiness, but at the same time warns that one cannot stay still.
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