Credenza’s Are Becoming Popular For Empty Office Spaces
Credenza units are, by all accounts, not the most widely touted office furniture pieces – or what you would think of first when deciding to overhaul your office, but, and it’s a big but, we feel like they’re not getting the love they deserve.
A wooden Credenza can transform any office space into an elegant space – a showroom if you will – that exudes authority and panache. Have a look at some of our newest credenzas:
Casanova Sideboard is a solid wooden storage unit which can be used as a TV cabinet or simply as a credenza unit. The repeated pattern on the doors is made from pieces of oak and walnut that are applied by hand, combining the skilled work of artisans with the high-quality materials. Casanova offers five storage compartments: two cupboards with sliding doors, two drawers and an open space with two adjustable shelves, providing an optimal storage space.
Carousel Sideboard features two folding doors with internal wooden shelves and four drawers with tic-tac system, emphasizing the high quality of the materials and our skilled craftsmanship. The focal point of this sideboard is its drinks turntable, centrally located, which can be used to hold bottles and glasses of bourbon and whisky or one’s favourite objects. Carousel sideboard comes available in several dimensions and options: three or four doors, with or without the carousel bar, in oak or walnut and the marble top in calacatta or emperor optional. The Carousel sideboard focuses on functional elements, designed to address various requirements as well as the need to incorporate luxurious finishes into any environment.
Panemá Credenza is a functional warm and elegant furniture storage piece suitable for both the executive office or boardroom area. Constructed using high-quality woods such as Walnut or Oak, combined with marble and Iron lacquered in black make this an ideal storage unit for executive areas. The designers wanted Panemá Credenza to convey importance through the woodwork, so for the door handles they were inspired by the unique pointed shape from freighter ships. They also were inspired by the ship’s Hull profile, using it as a reference for inspiration in the design of the credenza’s structure.