The Eames Storage Units are true to the inventive originals introduced in 1950. Designed as both storage place and display cabinet, they are a striking example of how Charles and Ray Eames extended the boundaries of design to create a new modern aesthetic for the office and home. Eames Storage Units are emblematic of the grace and whimsy Charles and Ray Eames used in designing home furnishing solutions. Incredibly functional, with five configurations to choose from, the Eames Storage Unit is both a useful piece of furniture and an historic example of modern design.
Fits just about any storage need
Composed of cases, cabinets, and drawers
Durable zinc-coated steel uprights, cross-supports, and perforated panels
Cabinet fronts are dimpled plywood, providing a playful visual texture
This veneer cabinet provides small item storage and
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