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The Drift cabinet playfully explores the possibility that your cabinet could one day break free from its boundaries and drift away.
The white high gloss lacquer cabinet with some walnut interiors start to drift away on the right hand side with several units fastened to the wall to give the impression they have broken away and are going through the wall.
The compartments are differing sizes and shapes to house various items including books, a 50" TV and media centre, and some open shelves for vases or photographs. Some compartments also have invisible hinges which when flipped over cover the adjacent compartment.
"We're really excited to be launching our new range of furniture and lighting," says director Andy Vernall. "The collection uses a mix of materials and styles which make up a unique and eclectic range, and we hope our playful characteristics will make consumers' smile."
Director Chris Vernall adds: "Vitamin has become known for its use of simple, sleek designs, often with playful elements. Our homewares and accessories have become hugely successful, with our Urban Gnomes* becoming collectors' items, so we wanted to extend our design into furniture and lighting.
"The furniture and lighting collection takes inspiration from contemporary and vintage styles, combined to create simple forms with unusual twists."
With a keen eye for detail, refinement and quality mixed with a little fun and originality, Vitamin’s product offering spans furniture, lighting, ceramics and homewares. Based in the heart of London’s East End, Vitamin has built up a worldwide presence with its products sold all across the globe.