Cabinets are a great addition to any home; whether to pile in your little things in their innumerable boxes, or to add another dimension to the appearance of your room. Check out some really aesthetically quirky and environment friendly cabinets to lighten up the interior of your house.
1. Full Moon cabinet
This lunar oddity printed on a cabinet is the closest to having celestial bodies breathing in your living room. A glow-in-the-dark moon cabinet is definitely a quirky addition to any home, it’s a brilliant slice of playful interior designing. Perfect for those moonless nights obscured by clouds and it might also just take off a bit of that gravity from your ‘space’!
2. Eco Friendly kitchen in blue with wooden cabinet by Frederick OhlÃ©n
Swedish kitchen designers Frederick OhlÃ©n have cooked up a modular kitchen which can be changed as needed. Made from recycled waste, it has a splattering of blue coupled with wooden cabinets. What’s probably most interesting about this kitchen is how it manages to serve it up while occupying minimal space.
3. Eco friendly cabinets by ONOMO
Made out of wood leftovers, these cubic wonders are built on the appearance of the Rubik’s Cube. These cabinets truly stand out and packs in a lot of aesthetic coolness into a room.
4. Bamboo Sunflower Wine Cabinet
This classy looking cabinet is all Bamboo, and has all the qualities of this excellent natural resource( durability, strength). Its elegant simplicity also has 25 wine compartments for the secret connoisseur in you. Stock up!
5. Reveal cabinet
As the name suggests, the Reveal cabinet does work up quite a maze when opened. Designed by London-based designer Nina Tolstrup of Studiomama, this deceptively simple looking cabinet has hidden compartments made up of recycled floorboards, and the different sized boxes let one use both the boxes and negative space for storage. The cabinet is also flanked by cut-outs perfect for storage and display.
6. Mediation Cabinet
Designed by Brain Dreesman from Des Moines, IA, Meditation is an odd and engaging wall cabinet. Fashioned out of wood and metal, it has an arresting play of materials which make the whole piece leap out. An old meter socket cover plate serves as the door to a small cupboard in it, while the drawer is made of hard maple. There’s plenty of space in the drawers to pile in your little goods, and its rustic look surely strikes out on a bare wall.
7. Modloft Buffet
A stylish, yet understated appearance makes the Modloft Buffet cabinet completely risk-free. It can easily liven up any household space without drawing too much attention to itself. Sleek chrome handles align with the legs and a modern sideboard top doubles up as a space to display your home decor accessories.
8. Magistral Cabinet
Leave New York designer Sebastian Errazuriz and 12 woodworkers in a room for six weeks with 80,000 bamboo skewers, and you get the Magistral Cabinet. It’s an imposing piece of furniture poking for attention. This queer looking cabinet houses many concealed openings behind its sharp doors, which also might just serve as protection from pesky intruders.
This extremely green alternative is the best bet for you if you’re looking for something cheap and sustainable. Because bamboo grows very fast, it is definitely a quickly renewing resource and amazingly durable when it comes to making products out of it. Bamboo countertops can also be recycled very easily at the end of their life.
10.Dandelion Graphic Dresser
If cabinets with the moon is not your thing, then this dresser with a dandelion graphic will be the perfect addition to your bedroom. And the best part about this piece of furniture is that it’s completely reclaimed. The doors are reclaimed stalks of the sorghum plant while the cabinet is constructed of FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified sustainable plywood.