Finn Juhl’s work as a furniture designer was highly influential for several reasons. One of them is innovation regarding the use of wood in combination with metal elements, as shown by his Finn Juhl sideboard, since in 1950 his colleagues eminently used this material for their designs as he did, especially Charles Eames. American design circles were admired for this artist’s simple but very original technique and innovative proposals. The simplicity and strength of his designs showed in all kinds of pieces from dining tables, benches, sideboards, and coffee tables.
The Finn Juhl sideboard replica is distinguished, among other things, by its burnished steel frame, which provides support and consistency to its structure. The first creations of this artist received initial criticism for being highly sculptural, artistic and exclusive, but when he began to explore the simplicity of straight lines, geometric and functional designs, resistant materials and colors strategically used to generate an endearing effect, these characteristics became the personal brand of his work. Your Finn Juhl 1955 sideboard features Goethe color wheel shades that can come in light or dark colors.
Many users have chosen this piece as their main store of crockery and kitchen instruments. Its 6 full extension drawers allow you to store a large number of objects comfortably and conveniently. The piece has 2 storage shelves hidden by two sliding panel doors, and this gives it great aesthetics even in full operation. If used as a support for electronic equipment, the Finn Juhl 1955 TV cabinet works very well as an entertainment center. Experience the closeness with this model and discover all the potential that this artist left in its design. Having a piece like this at home will give it the touch of style that your space needs.