The furniture that you put into a space can make or break a room, and pieces like the M. & Mme. armoires breathe animated life into bland interiors.
Designed by Valentin Loellman, these fetching furnishings are part of a collection that continues to grow. The set of cabinets have been made from repurposed bankirai wood, framed upon new polyester pieces.
These whimsical wardrobes take on unique forms that presumably have been made to match the sizes of timber cupboard doors used in each. Soft carvings and molding enhance each element with a charming quality, further infused with personality by mismatched recycled chair legs.
With the tall and thin wardrobe most likely representing the Mister, and the topsy-turvy two-door cabinet representing the Missus, the M. & Mme. armoires bring diversity of design to the bedroom.