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Mareike Boehmer Terrazzo 4 Credenza

$999.00 $899.00

terrazzo 4

Credenza

by mareike boehmer

$999.00 $899.00


Mareike Boehmer Terrazzo 4 Credenza
Mareike Boehmer Terrazzo 4 Credenza
  • THE MOST VERSATILE WEAPON IN THE DENY ARSENAL, YOU CAN ADD THIS STATEMENT-MAKING CREDENZA TO JUST ABOUT ANY ROOM AND PACK A LOT OF PUNCH! TELEVISION STAND, ARMOIRE, BAR CART, OFFICE CABINET…THE USES OF THIS MULTI-FUNCTIONAL PIECE OF FURNITURE ARE ENDLESS. CRAFTED FROM SCRATCH IN DENVER, COLORADO USING A BALTIC BIRCH CONSTRUCTION OR ENGINEERED WOOD WITH AN WALNUT WOOD VANEER. FINISHED WITH AN ULTRA SMOOTH DURABLE GLOSS, THE DENY DESIGNS CREDENZA COMES WITH ONE INTERIOR SHELF AND TWO LEG OPTIONS.

    - BALTIC BIRCH CONSTRUCTION WITH ULTRA SMOOTH DURABLE GLOSS FINISH

    - ENGINEERED WOOD WITH A WALNUT WOOD VANEER AND ULTRA SMOOTH DURABLE GLOSS FINISH

    - ADJUSTABLE INTERIOR SHELF

    - OPTION OF BLACK OR GOLD ASTON LEGS

    - THOUSANDS OF DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM

    - CUSTOM MADE IN DENVER, CO

    - CARE: WIPE CLEAN WITH NON-ABRASIVE RAG

    - ESTIMATED SHIP DATE: 3 – 4 WEEKS

    - ASSEMBLY REQUIRED

    - 35.5" L x 17.5" D x 30" H

    - Leg Height: 8”

Get To Know The Artist You're Supporting


Mareike Boehmer

Bad Nauheim, Germany

"Mareike Boehmer is an artist from Germany. She plays with textures, colours and shapes in her artwork to recreate a world in which the border between photography and graphic design is blurred. Whether preconceived or created on a whim, Mareike’s graphic artworks all have one thing in common: they’re colorful, bright and highly abstract. Using a plethora of forms and Photoshop as her toolbox, each piece evolves into a mosaic of colors and rough textures. Mareike draws inspiration from the clear, timeless lines found in Scandinavian design as well as the vibrant world of urban street art in her favorite city, Berlin. Nature also serves as an endless source of inspiration, as she transforms trees, leaves, flowers, and even the clouds in the sky into motifs reminiscent of graphic patterns. “Creating new artworks is an exciting and surprising journey”, says Mareike, “-you never know what will happen”.