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This Cabinet Features Four Acrylic Panels Between Strips of Mahogany Wood

 - Sep 18, 2015
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This 'Regina' cabinet mixes natural wood with steel and acrylic panels to create a visually intriguing piece of furniture that doubles as a piece of art. Designed by a Dutch studio, HenningMade, the beautifully crafted furniture has a vertically stretched white center sandwiched between two panels of mahogany.

With its own distinctive and humanized first name, 'Regina' gives off personal qualities of intrigue and style to back up her human-like name. The mahogany wood is laser cut to create linear details that contrast the acrylic material's imperfect oval pattern. The textured pattern of the white acrylic panels create dimension and give the cabinet character.

Finally, the cabinet has four panels, each a symmetrical square, opening up to unveil deep functional shelves with room to fit clothing, bedding or a homeowner's trinkets.