Art Populaire Rural Cabinet - 19th Century
Behind the door of this rural cabinet, you can find a spacious storage space, which offers sufficient space to store various items. The way this piece is closed is quite remarkable, as there is no doorknob or handle. It can only be opened and closed by moving a small wooden element over the doorframe. The patina on the monoxylite wood speaks to the great history of this 19th-century piece. With its rounded and elongated shape, this item looks like a tree trunk, going from a wide base to a slightly narrower top. In fact, the back part is made from a hollowed-out tree trunk. This wabi-sabi item reflects a warm and cosy feeling, ideal to give your interior extra character.
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