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Be My Guest

Bar cabinet Charlotte Høncke, 2020
SEK 18 899,00
French cane
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Be My Guest
Designer Charlotte Høncke
Design year: 2020
Assembly guide: Be My Guest
Dimensions in cm: W95 x D35 x H92
Colour: French cane
Frame: Black Noir powder coated steel
Collection: Contemporary
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Be My Guest
An elegant, spacious wood and wicker bar cabinet with a simple metal frame. It is an exquisite item of furniture, perfect for any connoisseur who fancies a stylish bar cabinet, or any design lover dreaming of a nice little cabinet for the living room, office or bedroom. The Be My Guest bar cabinet can be used almost anywhere in the house, lighting up the room with its unique design and choice of classic materials, its combination of French rattan and oak exuding a lovely sense of warmth. The classic references are further highlighted by the rounded corners, which invest the Be My Guest bar cabinet with a touch of softness. Together with the simple black metal frame, the organic design makes for a light appearance, while its oval top is not only great for serving drinks on, but is also perfect for displaying books, plants and ornaments as a charming still life. With its classic design and touch of modern lightness and sophistication, the Be My Guest bar cabinet will look perfect in any contemporary interior. The Be My Guest Bar Cabinet is part of a larger range that features a timeless idiom and classic materials such as wicker, wood and metal. The Be My Guest range also includes a table, bench, stool, bar stool and cabinet. All the items are beautiful in their own right, but are elegant either when mixed and matched or together with other Warm Nordic designs.
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Designer
Charlotte Høncke
It is the details that make Charlotte Høncke’s design stand out. One of this Danish designer’s great passions is upholstered furniture, in which original stitching, colour scheme or a surprising shape arouses our curiosity. In Charlotte Høncke’s designs, richness of detail co-exists with pure shapes and lines, while taking functionality into careful consideration.
Charlotte Høncke