Blog/Five Luxe Industrial Dining Schemes

A cabinet of curiosity freestanding storage system by Stellar Works.

‘secrets &..’ by Neri&Hu, price upon request, Stellar Works

 

Freestanding and modular furniture designs are ideal for kitchen and dining spaces, offering maximum flexibility and a solution for every space. 

(Above) ‘secrets &..’ by Neri&Hu is the first edition of A Cabinet of Curiosity, an ongoing series that will be unveiled in forthcoming years: Inspired by ceramics factory trollies, the wooden cabinet features glass doors and castors; In this impressive residence, in a former factory in London we styled a dramatic dining space; The Frans timber drinks cabinet has a smart lacquered exterior with cast copper handles. Doors open to reveal a satin copper interior work surface and lit mirrored back panel with clever glass stem hanging boxes; This storage unit from award-winning USM Modular Furniture has three drop-down doors and can be reconfigured endlessly to suit changing requirements.

Freestanding luxe industrial kitchen and dining schemes by Warehouse Home.
Left to right: Exposed brickwork and timber beams are offset by a scheme defined by mixed metals; Nixon cabinet, £995, Abigail Ahern. Image left: styling by Hannah Franklin | Photography by Oliver Perrott.
Freestanding modular furniture from PINCH Design studio.
Frans timber drinks cabinet, £7,650, PINCH

Freestanding storage unit from USM Modular Furniture.

Freestanding storage unit, £2,202.58, USM

 

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