Rippled Wood And Scarred Latch Side by Side In Modern Credenza
Positioning an interesting piece of furniture in your living spaces helps increase the amount of time admiring inspiring shapes and materials. This is why the Big Sur Credenza showcases a unique capacity of becoming the focal point in a light-colored space, for example. I can imagine it surrounded by light walls and vividly colored details, in a bright, naturally lit space. Resting on a hollow wood volume that continues in a straight line up to the top, the body of this modern credenza features two attention-drawing details: a ripple in wood on one side and a large scarred latch on the other. The weaving side is hand carved to hint towards what lies beyond the wood: four drawers with brightly colored bottoms. Part of the Organics Collection and inspired by Central California’s Big Sur area, this new piece of sculptural furniture was designed by California-based skilled woodworker and designer Jory Brigham. Maybe you remember The Parker console, a beautiful piece of decorative furniture from the designer’s portfolio shown here on Freshome some time ago. Which one do you like best?