This antique dresser handles divided into modules has an original design that can adapt to any furniture and environment. There are nine compact modules with an empty interior and covered in mirrors. The side decoration is covered with squares. The function of the mirrors is, in addition to adapting to any style, to generate visual spaces and give an idea of depth and breadth. Great for small places!
Incredible classic sideboard in wood with raw tones and a pickling job that enhances the cracks and styling. A double door stands on three horizontal shelves and a room with a merely decorative and working ebanístico tabletterie insuperable. The cabinetmakers, since the eighteenth century are considered craftsmen of wood and its name derives from Egypt of ebony. This black wood, considered precious, gave rise to the first sizes of decorative furniture, rather than utilitarian.
This sideboard also has an exquisite Doric termination. A wing chair with claw feet is the correct complement for this classic style. Eclectic and wonderful. Rectangular shallow sideboard but remarkable work. Bright steel frame with four doors and carved legs. The doors are absolutely covered with nacreous marine shells and in relief a peacock rises giving continuity through the doors.