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The mix of materials in this credenza appeals to Sara Story. "I love the white lacquer against the oxidized maple," she says. "It has an organic feel, but the bronze-capped feet give it a touch of elegance." The craftsmanship is top quality, Neal Beckstedt adds, pointing out the carved-ebony hardware: "The quirky pulls offer a great tactile experience." He sees the two-drawer, twodoor piece in the living area or bedroom of an urban loft. Additional woods, lacquer finishes, and sizes are…

The Top 10 Credenzas

Designers Sara Story and Neal Beckstedt get the lowdown on these sleek cabinets that bring star power to more than just the dining room

Wave Cupboard - Stokholm, Sweden - 2012 by Lukas Dahlen #design #wood

Stockholm designer Lukas Dahlén applies a modern take to traditional Swedish basket weaving with this ash veneer woven cabinet

BDDW's Lake Credenza shown in  White Laquer Exterior / Claro Walnut Front.  95L x 22D x 28H in. Hand carved ebony handles. American black walnut interior. Blackened steel base with adjustable bronze feet. Thoroughly fabulous. via BDDW

BDDW's Lake Credenza shown in White Laquer Exterior / Claro Walnut Front x x Hand carved ebony handles. American black walnut interior Blackend steel base with adjustable bronze feet

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Slinks — n. (slingks) Surreptitious web links to other good sites

Slinks — n. (slingks) Surreptitious web links to other good sites

Here a ultra low credenza 'Paola' designed by Oswald Vermaercke for V-form. This Belgium production is created first in 1959 and was named to our Belgium queen who married at the time with Albert our King. Remarks of Danish influence is remarkable in the Paola line. The design is minimalist and simple in line. The structure is Functional and decorative. This Ultra low credenza has all the looks it need.

Here a ultra low credenza 'Paola' designed by Oswald Vermaercke for V-form. This Belgium production is created first in 1959 and was named to our Belgium queen who married at the time with Albert our King.

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