COLOR THEORY MID CENTURY MODERN CABINET
Add color to your mid century modern theme with this iconic cabinet originally created in 1955. Contain your media essentials with the help of this mid-century–inspired design. This meticulously crafted American Walnut reproduction is exacting in construction detail and color hue to the original.
MAKING THE ICON OF CABINETS
Equipped with three gradient drawers and two sliding door concealed cubbies, this media unit will easily accommodate your essential electronics or extensive movie collection. The original 1955 design of the drawers are based on Johan Wolfgan von Goethe’s internationally recognized color circle. Color Theory is widely considered the icon on modernist credenza & cabinet storage options.
At the time of its origin, this timeless design was part of a theme of cubist wood sideboards that hovered over thin shapely steel frames with actual wood feet. Introduce a sense of whimsical modernism to any theme from mid century to loft modern. The Color Theory sideboard embodies all of the quality features but is priced significantly less than the original design.
ABOUT AMERICAN WALNUT
The American Walnut species is widely admired for its exceptional color tone and graining. While there are many stains which attempt to miimick the "walnut color" the actual American Walnut species acheives its brown tone without the use of stains. The natural wood presents lighter and darker tones within the various grains, something not acheivable with a topical stain. American Walnut in its natural state is a premium choice for wood species and used often in modernist upscale furniture pieces. American Walnut is capable of coordinating well with other wood species both light and dark.