Lightness from Naver Collection

This new vitrine cabinet is nothing like the ones you remember from the days of yore

Naver Collection and furniture designer Ebbe Gehl MDD presents a beautiful reinterpretation of the classic china cabinet.

The combination of clear glass on the front and sides, the modern wood frame and the light steel base adds an almost floating lightness to the room.

There are five adjustable glass shelves and three built-in LED spots at the top, which gives a nice soft lightning inside the cabinet. The cabinet has a variety of applications and can be used to store and show treasured belongings.

The elegant vitrine has a variety of details and can be placed in many different settings. Ideally in the dining room for the storage of glass and china, in the living room as a display cabinet, in the kitchen for storage of porcelain or in the office with beautiful books and writing materials.



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