Inspired by a riveting Designer Pages conversation on the difference between a credenza and a sideboard, this week’s top ten looks at our favorite low slung storage units, whatever you might call them.
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An experiment in color and form, perforated metal lightens up the Peep credenza allowing passage of light and an open storage unit.
Shift combines a minimalist shape with an expressive use of colors. Thanks to its colored, translucent sliding doors, an intriguing play of colors occurs when the cabinet is opened and closed.
This modular storage system is an icon and classic. The wire and birch combination will never go out of style.
Volk’s White Lacquer Credenza mixes white oak and white lacquer for a look that is both tailored and inviting.
A signature piece from UM Project, the FWD Credenza mixes playfully colored powder-coated steel with natural wood for a unique profile that is distinctly UM.
Designed with Flat Vernacular, the Printed Sideboard utilizes the graphic arts studio’s patterns on both the exterior and interior of the unit for stunning results.
An aluminum panel cast to look like rugged wood gives this straight-forward credenza a beautifully contemporary spin.
The clean, minimal line of this credenza is juxtaposed with the graphic, beveled holes for a balanced unit that packs a visual punch.
Egg Collective’s take on the classic credenza utilizes natural white oak with a contrasting blackened steel top for a polished aesthetic.
A bit too pretty to be a conventional media stand, Blu Dot’s subtle contemporary lines of its Dang Media Stand give it an edge that is matched only by its affordable price. True Blu Dot style.
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