The Hollo Modular Cabinet Allows People to Change Their Minds

By: Meghan Young - Published: Nov 8, 2011 • References: & coolhunting
One of the downsides of furniture is that it is often too much of a hassle to replace them when the owners get tired of their existing decor; yet the Hollo modular cabinet provides an easy solution to this peevish problem. Essentially, people order the basic foundation of this furniture piece with a specific design on its doors and when they become sick of those doors, all they need to do is switch them up.

Created by Italy-based company Homecode, the Hollo modular cabinet is like a piece of Ikea furniture in that it is self-assembled. Starting out as an exciting blank canvas, the images and patterns that can grace its doors come from an elite roster of international artists and designers including Gruppo 407, Julie Joliat and Matteo Cibic. Stats for Door-Switching Furniture Trending: Older & Mild
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