I absolutely adore teak credenzas (or credenzas that are made of teak-like wood). I have one in my living room (see photo above), a small one in my front hall and a teak-laminate dresser in my library. My parents have 2 and a dining set they are soon wanting to get rid off…now where can I fit…. Anyway, I found some photos of teak and teakish (or at least retro style) credenzas for your viewing pleasure.
|Chicago Home||Sköna hem|
|Tattersall Love||Beth Evans|
|one of my sister’s credenzas||my credenza|
|Sköna hem||Tattersall Love|
Nelson bubble lamp…. Iconic. Simplistic. Organic. Coveted.
|Image Locations||S. Russell Groves|
|Jonathan Adler||James Shanks|
Scott Sanders started his New York based design firm in 2000. When he decided to rent a summer house for 10 weeks one summer, the owner agreed to let him redecorate it. For $2500 he turned it into one “groovy pad” (it appears with lots of help from Ikea).