Denmark, 1960s This desk was designed by Arne Vodder and manufactured in Denmark by Sibast. It is composed of two components, a large desk that rests on a lower credenza, that together form an L-shape. The desk has ample storage,
Denmark, 1960s This sideboard is constructed of teak and features two cabinet storage sections with adjustable shelving and four felt-lined drawers.
Denmark, 1960s Designed by Ib Kofod-Larsen and manufactured in Denmark in the 1960s, this clean-lined sideboard features beautifully grained rosewood. The case sits on a raised base and offers four drawers above a four-door cabinet section with open storage and
USA, 1960s This credenza by Florence Knoll is composed of a walnut case with white lacquered doors. The four doors open to reveal two adjustable shelves on the right side and two shallow drawers and additional shelving on the left.
Denmark, 1960s This rosewood sideboard has ample storage and stunning grain. It features four drawers and four sliding doors, which open to reveal adjustable shelving and additional drawers.
Sweden, 1950s This maple sideboard was designed by Edmund Spence and manufactured in Sweden. It features eight drawers and one cabinet that houses shelving and an additional drawer.
Denmark, early 1960s Hans Wegner designed the RY-25 sideboard, known as the President, for the Danish company RY Møbler in 1960. The well-proportioned case sits on tapered rosewood legs and features two large tambour doors with unique steel and rosewood
USA, 1970s This stunning sideboard was manufactured by Mastercraft in the 1970s. It is constructed of beautiful amboyna burl wood, and it features brass accents and hardware that reference classical decorative motifs.
Denmark, 1960s Beautiful rosewood sideboard by Kai Kristiansen with aluminum inlay and aluminum feet. This piece has four drawers and two storage areas, each with adjustable shelving.
USA, 1970s This sideboard by Milo Baughman is composed of a stunning burl wood cabinet that is set on a light chrome frame. One half of the sideboard features adjustable shelving, while the other half features two cutlery drawers and
Denmark, 1960s This Finn Juhl credenza, constructed of teak with aluminum accents, features a floating case with three drawers and two enclosed shelving areas.
Denmark, 1960s This sideboard, designed by Kofod Larsen, is constructed of beautiful rosewood. Its four drawer, with vertical rosewood drawer pulls, open to reveal two shallow cutlery drawers and seven shelves.
Denmark, 1960s This sideboard features stunning rosewood grain and impressive storage. Its four doors with recessed handles open to reveal adjustable shelving and four felt-lined drawers.
Denmark, 1950s This stately sideboard by Hans Wegner is composed of a rosewood exterior with sliding rosewood tambour doors, an oak interior, and tapered rosewood legs. The interior features numerous drawers and shelves for ample storage.
USA, 1990s Designed in by Florence Knoll in 1961, this credenza features four cabinet doors with inset handles that house adjustable shelving. The piece is composed of an ebonized oak case on a chrome base with a grey and white
Denmark, 1950s This stately sideboard by Hans Wegner is composed of a rosewood exterior with sliding rosewood tambour doors, an oak interior, and geometric steel legs. The interior features numerous drawers and shelves for ample storage.
USA, 1960s This piece is a beauty and is in amazing condition. Left side features shelving and a file drawer and the right side features a second file drawer and four smaller drawers.
USA, 1960′s This large stately desk features a wall credenza with multiple shelves and drawers. Working lights are in the upper portion of the credenza. One large file drawer. Desk size is 65″L x 29.5″D x 29″H.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain. It features two file drawers and eight smaller drawers that can be customized with inserts to suit a variety of storage needs.
USA, 1980′s Four box drawers (each with one removable partition), four full-extension file drawers with metal bars each for hanging files.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain.
USA, 1960s This handsome Jens Risom–designed credenza is perfect for office or home. The richly grained walnut case comprises two divided drawers above two file drawers, and two cabinets with adjustable shelves to either side, all of which feature black
USA This credenza features four box drawers (each with a removable partition), one full extension file drawer with two metal bars for hanging files, two storage cabinets with two adjustable shelves.
USA, 1980′s This credenza by Florence Knoll features eight box drawers with removable partitions and two full-extension file drawers with two metal bar each for hanging files. Polished chrome base.
USA, 1988 This 3-piece modular credenza was in production for Knoll for only a few years. The two end pieces consist of 4 drawers with one file drawer each, and the middle section has double doors which open to reveal
USA, 1950′s This elegant sideboard by Florence Knoll for Knoll Associates features ample storage space. Four doors open to reveal two cutlery drawers on the left and adjustable shelves on the right. This piece won the MOMA good design award