A bold statement can be made with a single piece of furniture that acts as a design liaison between other furniture and decor pieces. This is the case with cabinet Bold1, which just came out in 2012, under the supervision of Italian brand Ex-t, which focuses of designing and building home furniture of all kinds, especially beautiful bathroom furniture. Designed by Mist-o for the Italian company, this elegantly simple cabinet can be placed anywhere in your home – it would look stunning in the hallway, where its joyful design would welcome guests, or in the living room, under the discreet light of a floor lamp. Two rounded non-functional handles showcase the playful side of this modern cabinet, while its sleek simple shape keeps the overall look classy. If you would like to fit it in the bathroom, a rounded washbasin can be just the thing you need to complete the look. This piece of furniture displays boldness both in name and shape, making it an ambassador for modern furniture.
The String shelf system was designed in 1949 by the swedish architect and designer Nils Strinning. Easy to assemble and reposition, this well-formed system, with its ingenious design, is stable and functional. String® is available in several formats: the classic system, plex (launched in 1953), pocket (2005) and works (2014). The SH05 Arie shelf was designed by Arik Levy in 2008 for E15. The clever design enables a multitude of seamless combinations, made possible without any obvious visual repetition. Arie functions well as a bookcase, room divider, sideboard or storage unit.
Most people have closets in their homes these days, but sometimes there’s always that need for the stuff that just doesn’t fit or belong in there. Check out this great use of an armoire to hang coats, store outerwear, and even provide a little bench area! Perfect for any entryway or mudroom. If you have a bathroom that fits one, an armoire is a beautiful way to add more storage — especially for towels. Like some of the others on this list, this armoire from Enchanted Home does away with the glass and replaces it with netting instead.