A Hybrid Cabinet Design That You Might Want To Check

Created by the design studio Studiomama, founded by Danish designer Nina Tolstrup, this pastel pink combined cabinet and room divider is a creative, smooth alternative to conventional screens, providing a contemporary option for studio apartments and small-space dwellers. If you are in need of an efficient solution for your small area, get to know more about Metamorphic, the hybrid cabinet design:

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The wood-framed storage unit made of maple features a central section with a hanging rail and drawers for additional clothing storage and two-panel doors that swing open to create a barrier between large spaces in an open floor plan.

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According to Nina’s partner, Jack Mama, this hybrid cabinet means you can have your open living and your privacy too. “Instead of building walls and dividing the space up permanently we found that this solution, with a flexible and non-permanent screen to divide the space into two when needed, gave us the opportunity to use our space in optimal ways,” says Mama.

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If pink is not exactly what you were thinking for your furniture design, Studiomama offers a variety of shades and patterns that might better fit your own style. The London and Stockholm based studio is currently preparing their next interpretation for office use with moveable workstations with storage so you might want to keep an eye out for it.

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“On returning back to London from a stint in Stockholm, we saw that there was an opportunity to re-think our live/work space,” said Tolstrup, who founded Studiomama in 2000. This exclusive design can be shipped flat and assembled in place.

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