G Plan Fresco 2 Door Cabinet
Mid century G Plan 2 door teak cabinet / media unit reimagined with formica design and colours of your choice
This item is a teak 2 door cabinet or media unit from the G-Plan Fresco range in the 1970s. This classic piece of mid-century furniture has two doors with a single shelf inside. It can also be supplied fitted with hairpin legs to your desired height. If you would like hairpin legs fitted, please add this item which you can find in my shop to your basket before you check out.
I reimagine mid century furniture with iconic retro designs using Formica laminate. This delightful MCM cabinet is available to order with the design of your choice, and in your preferred colours. The designs and colours shown in the photographs are as follows:
• Funky Stripes (Carnaval/ Levante / Sol / Tenere)
• Mondrian (Spectrum Yellow / Tropical Blue / Carnaval / White)
• Optical Art (White)
• Reinhardt (Monaco / Juicy Pink / Blaze Red / White / Vibrant Green / Spectrum Yellow)
• Lava Java (Grotto / Dusty Jade / Levante / Sun)
Each design is available in the colours shown or any alternative colours of your choice from the Formica palette. Please indicate which colours you would like in the notes section of your order.
This hugely desirable Scandinavian style mid century cabinet will bring a touch of retro style to any interior space. As with all Mike Temple Furniture Design pieces, this item is a one-off, so if you would like it to grace your home you'd better be quick!
This piece is in excellent original condition, however it may bear some of the scars of a life already lived. This item is finished with multiple coats of Danish Oil to bring out the grain, protect the wood and give a pleasing warm tone. Custom designed Formica® laminate has been laser cut before being applied complementing the wood beneath to create a unique item of mid-century modern vintage retro furniture.
*** Please note: This item is also for sale elsewhere and may be withdrawn without notice if sold ***
|81 × 54 × 46 cm
Funky Stripes, Mondrian, Optical Art, Reinhardt, Lava Java