Display cabinets - bookcases - wall units
Omman Juns teak sideboard£2,500.00 Add to cart
Omman Juns teak sideboard
Omman Jun Founded in 1933 by Andreas Omann in Ølholm, Denmark, the family-run Omman Junn Mobelfabrik got its start in bedroom furniture and tables and later produced and exported teak, oak and rosewood storage pieces and desks worldwide between the 1950s and the 1970s. Next door to Omann Jun Møbelfabrik was ahead of its time and created stunning minimalist furniture full of power. The cabinet maker collaborated with forward-thinking modernist designers such as Arne Voder.
This tall sideboard is one of the best examples of its creation, this simple but at the same time potent storage case. The grain of its teak and the simplicity of its lines create joins to give birth to this stunning furniture.
L. 200 cm
W. 46 cm
Mid-Century display cabinet by Greaves and Thomas£450.00 Add to cart
Mid-Century display cabinet by Greaves and Thomas
Small display cabinet designed in England in the early 60’s by the well-known cabinet maker Greaves and Thomas.
The display cabinet has two sliding doors glass on the top and two plain sliding doors cabinet at the bottom.
Aparador alto de McIntosh, Escocia 1970£1,700.00 Add to cart
Aparador alto de McIntosh, Escocia 1970
Tom Robertson designed this sideboard in the early ’70s for the well-known brand A.H. McIntosh in Scotland. This time, Tom Robertson made a taller sideboard—this beautiful cabinet with four cupboards and two teakwood drawers. The sideboard has four enclosed cupboards for hinged doors and two drawers; one lined up for the cutlery.
Mid Century Display Cabinet By McIntosh (copia)£600.00 Read more
Mid Century Display Cabinet By McIntosh (copia)
Beautiful display cabinet or bookcase designed by Tom Robertson for A.H. McIntosh in the 60’s, in Scotland.
The bookcase has two glass sliding doors and one plain door in beautiful teakwood.
Both, the wood and the structure have been restored completely by professionals.
Mid-Century Display Cabinet by Multi Width£580.00 Add to cart
Mid-Century Display Cabinet by Multi Width
Multi Width was one of the most recognized Mid-Century cabinet makers in England.
This display cabinet comes with sliding doors, two in glass and two in teak with organic metal handles.
You may find more display cabinets in the Vintage14 catalogue.£580.00
System of wall modules Poul Cadovius£1,600.00 Read more
System of wall modules Poul Cadovius
System of wall modules designed by Poul Cadovius and manufactured in Denmark in the 1960s.
This modular system of bars and modules to hang on the wall is made of teak. Its straight lines and the beta of the wood come together with the large storage space it offers, making this piece a safe bet for, in addition to organizing, decorating an entire front of the living room, study or office.
This system is made up of 2 modules, including one of them a hidden bureau that can also be used as a bar cabinet.
You can find more storage solutions in the Vintage14 catalogue.£1,600.00
Mid-Century Drinks Cabinet£1,400.00 Add to cart
Mid-Century Drinks Cabinet
Beautiful cocktail cabinet made in the 60s.
It is probably a bespoken piece of furniture handmade by a high-end carpenter.
With a beautiful solid leg structure in afromorsia and with a vibrant top cabinet designed to store our cocktails utensils. It comes with three glass compartments to store glasses and bottles; a specific shelf for bottles, a pull-out tray with melamine on the top and two drawers at the bottom.
It comes with a light point that could be fixed by an electrician for £75.£1,400.00