Mid Century French Modernist Cabinet Vaisselier, 1950s
Warm light brown oak and rich copper form a beautiful color palette in this cabinet vaisselier from the 1950s. On the front and top of the cabinet, the oak displays a striped lightwood/dark wood pattern that feels fun and very much of the era, while the recessed portions of the oak appear to shift into burnt orange for a subtle injection of natural color. Opening the door at the front of the cabinet, a series of small drawers are revealed for hidden storage and organization; the left side of the cabinet is formed by transparent glass, ideal for stowing decorative items or glassware, as well as giving the piece a sense of being filled with light. Though it was created by an unknown French craftsman, this piece is reminiscent of avant-garde designer Jean Royere’s work. Place it in your living room for a unique mid-century French modernist mood.
- Depth: 17.72 Width: 53.55 Height: 39.38
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About Maison Cédric
Cedric, Alice, Damien are pleased to present our eclectic selection of 20th century pieces, mainly from France, and from 1940s to 1970s.