Top 10 metal cabinets for a luxury interior design
It’s undeniable – metal is hot! And furniture pieces like metal cabinets in luxury interior design have been acclaimed by interior design trendsetters for several years now as the big thing in home decorating. Are you ready to incorporate metal into your interior design scheme?
How comfortable you feel with this design trend depends largely on your current home design style. Lovers of modern design may feel right at home using metal in interior design, like steel and other metallics. But even the shyest people can use metal to add intrigue and texture to their interiors.
Buffets and Cabinets Blog shares with you Top 10 Metal Cabinetsto fit a luxury interior design!
The Symphony Cabinet is inspired by the movement and evolution of music, from the natural flow of sound to its various epochs and styles. Re-interpreting key design elements found in church organs, violins and the details of brass instruments, the Symphony Cabinet seeks to move and stir emotion much like a musical composition.
The Oblong Bar Cabinet is a fusion of modernistic and classical elements into a highly detailed and exquisite limited edition furniture piece. The modern cabinet was specifically designed to act as a statement piece in contemporary living rooms and raise the bar on luxury decoration.
The Pixel Cabinet was born from Boca do Lobo designers’ strong desire to innovate and their open mind to combine and embrace craftsmanship and techniques from different forms and artistic styles.
Intricately designed, this cutting-edge piece was inspired by our city and the rhythmic undulating of its black slate rooftops and building facades. Through reflection ingredients such as irony, drama and extravagance were added and Oporto came to life.
Dragon Swirl Armoire in Brass, 21st Century – Repoussé is the traditional art of hand-hammering decorative relief onto sheet metal. The technique originated around 800BC between Asia and Europe and in Chinese historical context, it began early as the Han Dynasty (206BC-AD220). The technique involves using a Hammer, and various shaping tools.