This sideboard made of solid beech has four doors, two of which have brushed glass panels.
Entworfen wurde dieses Mid Century Sideboard im Jahr 1962 von Ilse Rix und in Dänemark von Uldum Møbelfabrik hergestellt. Es besteht vollkommen aus Teak und hat drei Fächer. Das Sideboard befindet sich in sehr gutem Vintage Zustand.
This sideboard in wood, chromed metal, and glass was designed by Willy Rizzo and produced in the 1970s. It features a wooden frame with a black lacquered finish and a glass top as well as two internal shelves.
A sideboard in boxwood with an inner chest of drawers, designed by Carlo Scarpa for Bernini in 1977. The name Scuderia (stable in English) was given to this piece because the handle was meant to be made of horsehair. Then Scarpa, convinced that it would be difficult to find the raw material, opted for boxwood.
Unser Produkt Sideboard Leif ist auf hoeffner.de verfügbar - Der Hersteller ist bekannt für die hohe Qualität der verwendeten Materialien.Maße (cm): · Breite: 173 · Höhe: 80 cm · Tiefe: 47.· Aktion: Newsletter-Anmeldung 10€ Willkommens-Gutschein. · Aktion: 0% Finanzierung im Online-Shop, eff. Jahreszins und gebundener Sollzinssatz (jährl.) 0,00 % bis zu 50 Monate. Ab einer Finanzierungssumme von 100€. ·Aktion: 3% Kundenkarten-Rabatt.· Der Artikel befindet sich in der...
Unser Produkt uno Sideboard Sunday gibt es in den Farben: weiß - Der Hersteller uno ist bekannt für die hohe Qualität der verwendeten Materialien.Maße (cm): · Breite: 139 · Höhe: 67 cm · Tiefe: 45.· Aktion: Newsletter-Anmeldung 10€ Willkommens-Gutschein. · Aktion: 0% Finanzierung im Online-Shop, eff. Jahreszins und gebundener Sollzinssatz (jährl.) 0,00 % bis zu 50 Monate. Ab einer Finanzierungssumme von 100€. ·Aktion: 3% Kundenkarten-Rabatt.· Der Artikel befindet sich in der...
This model FA-66 Danish rosewood sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Faarup Mobelfabrik.
This long sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Faarup Mobelfabrik. It is made from Brazilian rosewood with a wood grain aesthetic.
This long, rosewood credenza was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen, a Danish furniture designer whose work has, in recent years, become highly sought after by collectors, thanks in large part to Kofod-Larsen´s talent for honoring the innate qualities of his chosen materials. This particular piece features built-in lighting and an interior mirror, adjustable shelving, two drawers, and three felt-lined, pull-out trays. It was manufactured by Faarup Møbelfabrik in Denmark.
- Model FA33 Sideboard designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen - Produced by Faarup Møbelfabrik in Denmark - Teak frame with four drawers - Tambour sliding doors - Freestanding - Back finished in teak veneer
- Ib Kofod-Larsen low sideboard in rosewood - Produced by Faarup Møbelfabrik in Denmark - Front with two sliding doors enclosing shelves in oak - Cable outlet at the rear edge - Later fitted with round angled tapered legs made of solid oak - These legs were not part of the original design
This teak sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen for Christensen & Larsen in Denmark in 1955.
This sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen and was produced by Seffle Möbelfabrik in Sweden during the 1960s. The piece is made from walnut and is in an excellent vintage condition, with minor signs of usage.
This mid-century sideboard is made of rosewood.
This teak sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod Larsen, in Denmark. This sideboard was most likely produced in the 1960s. This minimalistic sideboard is veneered in teak and has a contrasting strip on the top at the front where the grain of the wood goes vertical instead if horizontal.
This sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod Larsen for G-plan and retains the maker´s mark.
This sideboard was designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen, and manufactured in the UK for G-Plan in the 1960s. It is made from African teak and features two doors as well as five drawers.
This long mid-century sideboard offers plenty of storage in the interior cavities with two cupboards – each has one adjustable shelf. It is made of teak and afromosia handles. Ib Kofod-Larsen designed it in the 1960s for G-Plan in the UK. It is part of the Danish Range, which was aimed at the top end of the market and crafted from high-quality materials. The wood finish is in excellent condition. Doors and drawers have smooth opening and closing mechanisms. A gold G-Plan stamp can be found...