Art Deco - Bar, cabinet or sideboard (13)


Bar;
New Art Deco bar with stepped stone tops

This is where the Art in Art Deco came from! Lets start with the shape; architecturally shaped with a stepped top, the square boxy shape & inset plinth are typical Deco. This piece is really just a large canvas for the painting, and it is a practical piece of furniture as well. A joy to look at & use everyday, this is a really light & fun piece of Deco furniture. The painting was inspired by an original French painting from the 1930's. Somehow it really captures the feel of a sunny day on the French Riviera, with Cubist detailing in the paintwork. This could also be supplied as a 2 door version. The sides could be painted to match the doors if required, but we feel it adds more contrast with the painted design on the front only.

So what's the difference between a bar & a sideboard? The bar has a single painted panel, with an open reverse side, with shelves, etc for storage. The sideboard usually sits against a wall, and has 4 doors on the front. The sideboard can be used as a drinks cabinet, media/music center, etc.. The main carcase can be either white or a light wood, which best suits the front design. The interior is fitted with a shelf. Fitted with discreet pewter door knobs. As made to order we don't give sizes until we've agreed a spec with a customer.

Sideboard;
New Art Deco 4 door stepped sideboard with Deco Cubist design on doors



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