Anders 56w Sliding Door Media Cabinet

This simple but very special piece of furniture was inspired by the work of 20th-century, American designer George Nakashima. It’s part of the Anders collection that also includes other similar items like the Anders bed, the Anders bed for kids, the Anders dresser and the Anders nightstands.

The media cabinet is a very solid-looking piece of furniture, with a compact design and functional sliding doors. The cabinet also features a very beautiful oil-and-wax finish. It’s subtle but it creates a very beautiful and unique look, that delicately exposes the wood grain of each piece. The dimensions of this media cabinet are 56w x 20d x 28h. The sliding doors open 110 degrees and it also has two adjustable shelves.

The cabinet is made in Vermont and it’s a true classic. It has details like mortise-and-tenon joinery and it’s made of solid walnut. The Anders media cabinet is available in two colors: solid cherry and solid walnut. Both versions are equally functional and beautiful.

The cabinet would be a very practical addition in a traditional home, as a storage place in the living room. You can even use it as a TV stand. It’s one of those pieces of furniture that successfully combines looks with efficiency. You can use it to store books, magazines, CDs, DVDs or anything else. Combine it with the other elements from the same collection for a matching look.Availablefor 2,299$.



Published by in Furniture, on August 29th, 2011

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