Travail Populaire Cabinet - 19th Century
Rustic, travail populaire, monoxylite cabinet made from solid wood in Ardèche, France, 19th century. This organic folk art cabinet provides sufficient space to store and display various items. What makes this wabi-sabi piece quite remarkable is the monoxylite wooden trunk back. This one-of-a-kind item creates a warm atmosphere and would be an authentic addition to your interior. It's a real piece of art.
With its remarkable patina, the design reminds us of the wabi-sabi philosophy which centres around the appreciation of the beauty of natural imperfection. The idea involves the understanding that everything ages with grace, and becomes more beautiful as it breaks, fades, or scars. It is the understanding that old and worn out things have their own elegant charm. The simplicity of the lines, combined with its remarkable woodworking and craftsmanship, will allow this French cabinet to bring a touch of authenticity to any home. Would fit well in a rustic minimal Axel Vervoordt inspired interior. This piece is in good original condition and reflects a warm and cosy feeling, ideal to give your interior extra character.
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