Now that it's sufficiently warming up outside, we can reveal some of the gems that have been hibernating in the credenzas of our warehouse for the winter...
Here a few of our favorites. We had some fun mixing and matching cool cacti with the different textural patterns of West German pottery. Each piece is unique in shape, size, and glaze - even within a few sets.
Perfect in pretty much every room, long and lean credenzas combine form and function with that extra bit of Scandinavian aesthetic charm. Useful for extra storage and display in the dining room, den, living room or bedroom these multifunctional units are also increasingly gaining popularity as media hubs.
Mid century credenzas were created by a huge range of designers and manufacturers and can vary widely in both shape and material.
We are just recently getting back from a big buying trip in Amsterdam and have a container load of vintage items that will be arrving in a few short weeks.
Check out our Facebook page for images of what will be coming soon.
GIO PONTI (1891-1979) was a poet, painter, industrial designer, architect and founding editor of Domus magazine. Through his designs and his work at Domus, he was the godfather of Italy's post-war design renaissance.
"Love architecture, be it ancient or modern. Love it for its fantastic, adventurous and solemn creations; for its inventions; for the abstract, allusive and figurative forms that enchant our spirit and enrapture our thoughts. Love architecture, the stage and support of our lives." - Gio Ponti via Design Museum
“Architecture is made to be looked at. Facades are the wall of the street, and a city is made of streets; the facades are the visible part of the city, they are all of the city that appears.” -Gio Ponti
A passionate propagandist for design excellence, Ponti encourage every person to use good design as a means of enjoying a colorful and sensual life.
Hugely prolific and touching many aspects of design during his lifetime, his daughter, Lisa Licitra Pon…