Danish Modern Teak Tambour Door Shoe Cabinet by Dyrlund
Practical piece made by the Danish label Dyrlund at the beginning of the 70s. It presents a structure in laminated teak wood with a beautiful grain, and rounded edges, raised on four bambi-like legs. The front consists of two lines, in the lower one a double sliding shutter door, with vertical opening, which reveals a large upper shelf compartment and four bars where the shoes can be accommodated (about 8 pairs can fit in a wide way), mention that both the shelf as the bars are removable. The upper line has a practical drawer, 9cm in useful height, with a pair of protruding handles (like the doors) finely turned into an oval shape.
After passing through our restoration department, it shows structural solidity and its aesthetic condition is very good, having mitigated its signs of use on the board (mention that the rear face, in its upper part, has circular openings, made by its former owners to pass cables).
And remember: an ideal hall furniture ;)
L: 105 cm H: 98 cm P: 38 cm