Ideas To Decorate Living Rooms
Designed to solve space problems for the younger set is American of Martinsville’s series of versatile bunching and stacking units, whose provincial style is Swiss-inspired. Grouping comes in a semi-rustic pecan finish and a painted style—a brushed off-white with dusty blue accents and matching blue plastic tops.
With storage a major problem and floor space at a premium for the apartment or small house dweller, the only place to go is up the wall. Founders “Patterns 17” collection of modular units offers a variety of cases, all 16 or 32-inches wide and 12 or 18-inches deep. Wood is pecan or walnut.
Multi-purpose wall units such as the one shown here, designed by Terence Conran for Kroehler, serve every family need from extra storage space to mini TV shelf.
Drawers, doors and removable trays of separate compartments add to the versatility of these units.
Concealed casters create a combination storage, serving, and buffet unit that can literally be placed anywhere in the room. Terrace Conran designed this unit for Kroehler Mfg. Co. Unit features white, mar-proof plastic top and flip-up side as well as white door and drawer fronts.