Kardiel 1955 Color Theory Mid-century Modern Sideboard Credenza, Natural Ash/Grey Drawers

$1,699.68

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Description

Two large cool tone doors slide on base tracks concealing the ample interior storage space. When the doors are pulled completely shut they conceal 6 yellow to red color graduating side drawers. The original 1955 design of the drawers are based on Johan Wolfgan von Goethe’s internationally recognized color circle. The drawers are available in the blue scale shown and a red to yellow scale version. At the time of its origin, this timeless design was part of a theme of cubist wood sideboards that hovered over thin shapely steel frames with actual wood feet. Introduce a sense of whimsical modernism to any theme from mid century to loft modern. The Color Theory sideboard embodies all of the quality features but is priced significantly less than the original design. * Design Detail: Natural Ash wood veneer * Materials: Black Steel & MDF * Design Detail: Wooden Stiletto Feet * Design Detail: Grey gradient drawer and door package * Construction Detail: Drawers interiors in matching ash veneer * Construction Detail: Doors operate on metal base rails * Construction Detail: Drawers operate on metal glides * Dimensions: 77″ Width x 18″ Depth x 36″ Height * Assembly: Some assembly required The inherent nature of solid and real wood veneers mean that wood grain and colour may vary. Inconsistencies should be expected and appreciated.

Features

  • Brand: KARDIEL; Design Detail: Natural Ash wood veneer; Materials: Black Steel & MDF; Design Detail: Wooden Stiletto Feet
  • Design Detail: Grey gradient drawer and door package; Construction Detail: Drawers interiors in matching ash veneer
  • Construction Detail: Doors operate on metal base rails; Drawers operate on metal glides
  • Dimensions: 77 inches Width x 18 inches Depth x 36 inches Height; Assembly: Some assembly required
  • The inherent nature of solid and real wood veneers mean that wood grain and colour may vary. Inconsistencies should be expected and appreciated.

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