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39 Mid-Century Cabinets Made With Perfect Taste

Tue, Dec 24, 2013 | Furniture | By Kate |

Mid-century modern style means elegance, luxury and sometimes bright and juicy colors that you can’t expect to be mixed. A cabinet is an important piece in every mid-century interior, so let’s have a look what you can choose. A mid-century cabinet is a harmonious piece that strikes with its shape mostly: original shapes, lines and combinations of drawers and niches. There are also some bright and colorful variants for those who want to add some cheerfulness to the interior and make it shine. Teak, oak, ash, or a combination of them – choose according to your décor and create a beautiful contrast. Look at the ideas below and get inspired!

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