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In collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York we present a beautifully crafted new collection including almost 100 unique furniture, lighting, and accessory items. The Met | Eichholtz collection draws inspiration from over 5,000 years of history and art.
Charcoal grey oak veneer
- LUXURY DESIGN FURNITURE
- OVER +4000 ITEMS READY TO SHIP WORLDWIDE
- LAUNCHING OVER 500 NEW ITEMS ANNUALLY
|Indoor use/dry locations only
With influences from The Metropolitan Museum of Art and New York City, the large Cabinet Metropolitan takes its design cues from The Met’s instantly recognizable architecture and the iconic steps leading up to the Museum. Presented in a charcoal grey oak veneer, the cabinet recalls the scale and grandeur of The Met’s Beaux-Arts entryway and Great Hall, as well as the Museum’s many artworks and objects and the way in which they’re presented. The collection also looks to the city’s iconic skyline, capturing its artistic and dynamic spirit.
HOW TO CARE FOR WOOD VENEER
Veneer furniture is covered in a thin layer of real hardwood. Veneers are often used in high end furniture pieces and can be more costly than solid wood. Mid 20th century it became especially popular in interiors when teak wood was often used for Danish design furniture.
To fully enjoy your wood veneer furniture, please follow a few basic rules:
- Avoid exposure to direct sunlight and excessive heat or dampness.
- Be careful not to leave a wet ring on the surface after watering flowers or plants.
- Don’t expose the furniture to scratches from pets or sharp objects.
- Use coasters and place felt pads under lamp bases and accessories.
Wood veneer requires gentle care to preserve the finish. Dust regularly and clean with a soft dry cloth.
Remove spills immediately as moisture can cause the veneer to peel off the surface. Prevent moisture from getting underneath the veneer by quickly and thoroughly cleaning up any spills. In case of water rings, rub the area with naphtha. Follow up with an application of oil or petroleum jelly to completely erase the mark.