Salvaged panelling and museum cabinet doors offer an alternative solution to standardised kitchen designs.
News & Views
04 April 2019
World of Interiors on location at RetrouviusShare +
The May Issue of The World of Interiors is out now! Stylist Max Egger and photographer Anders Grammer used our mahogany ex-museum display cabinets to shoot a collection of cutlery by top designers.
This is one of a few ex-museum display cabinets in stock at Retrouvius. This one is a large A-frame cabinet, similar ones have been used in kitchens as an island and in shops for display.
#1801 HOLLAND & SONS LARGE A FRAME MUSEUM CABINET £3250+VAT
Archival buckram was used in the base of the cabinet giving a base colour for the cutlery, we have rolls of different colours in stock.
#1037 ARCHIVE BUCKRAM FOR WALL COVERINGS - RED / GREEN / BLUE £150+VAT per roll
The front of our shop is installed with copper light windows in wooden frames. We have a selection of windows in stock including these Luxfer Glass Panels.
#9469 LUXFER GLASS PANEL (9469) £2500+VAT