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The Harold Cabinet Obscures its Contents Subtly with Meshy Metal Walls

 - May 12, 2014
References: jessevisser & leibal
The charming Harold Cabinet is caught somewhere between an open clothes rack and a closed armoire. It enables one to see its contents upon approach, yet it masks a potentially messy arrangement with the subtle screening effect of a fine metal mesh.

Designed by Jesse Visser, the generous cupboard measures 190 centimeters in height, 125cm in width, and it's 50cm deep. It can contain a closet rail for hanging clothes, or several levels of shelves as an alternative. It's suitable for the home and for the workplace.

Despite the industrial quality of its constitution, the Harold Cabinet has a softness about it. The storage system has lovely rounded corners and edges, plus long slanted footings that reinforce its lightness.