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The elegant Parsons media collection

Over the last few months we’re been presenting you some stylish pieces of furniture that were part of the Parsons Collection. We finally decided that they are all beautiful and worth to be presented here so today we’re taking a look at the entire Parsons media collection.The Parsons media collection is composed of several elements and it includes a small and a large media console, a shelf unit, an armoire, a media tower and a short and long bridge. The pieces can be mixed and combined and they form great organization systems. All seven components of this collection feature a modern twist to the classic Parsons Table design which was an icon of mid-century modern design.

All the pieces from the collection feature clean lines and proportioned designs. They can be reconfigured in different ways in order to suit any space. The units have solid wood frames and engineered wood body with chocolate-stained oak veneers. They are all part of the same collection so they present certain design similarities. Still, each of them is unique.

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The armoire has magnetic door closure and a single fixes shelf that can accommodate a flat screen TV up to 46’’. The consoles feature two flip-down doors that open on metal hinges and close flush with magnetic closures and practical storage shelves. The small console accommodates a 42’’ flat-screen TV and the large model a 60’’ TV. The media tower has two open fixed shelves and a bottom cabinet with two adjustable shelves and the short and long bridges have metal plates that attach to the media tower. The dimensions vary and so do the prices.Available from 201 euros.

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Posted in Furniture on February 8, 2012

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Simona Ganea
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