Modern Pescara wall unit

In case you were wondering what it wrong with this wall unit, let me answer your question: there’s nothing wrong with it, it’s just different. In fact, it has a unique look that makes it hard to label. It’s a modern piece, but still with classic touches and it also has a cold look. It’s not the most inviting piece of furniture, but it’s very functional.

The Pescara wall unit looks like this because of the unusual combination of materials used: wood, glass and metal. Wood and glass or metal and glass is not very unusual, it’s actually very common, but wood, glass and metal, all in the same design, this is not something you see every day. It’s definitely an unusual combination, but the result is surprisingly beautiful. It’s a good-looking wall unit, with a modern design, simple and clean lines and a predominantly masculine look. As I’ve already said, it’s not the most inviting piece of furniture you could find, so I can imagine this wall unit in a bachelor’s apartment, or in modern home, among other similar pieces.

The combination of materials is definitely unusual, but the overall product is very beautiful. It’s a good-looking collection. It’s also a very functional piece that hides many useful storage spaces. So even if it looks very compact, there’s plenty of space for all the things you want to hide.Available for 5997.6$.

Published by in Furniture, on July 6th, 2011


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