Verso was designed around a single flowing line which leads your eye around the cabinets. A simple arc cut in a corner of each door and drawer acts both as a handle and as a decorative detail. The resulting graphic shapes create a sense of flow and movement – ‘verso’ means ‘towards’ in Italian. These rounded shapes are accentuated by the contrasting metal backing panels – on natural finishes the back panels are black, and on dark stained cabinets a brushed brass plate is used. Radiused top corners, long turned posts and rounded legs complete Verso’s friendly aesthetic, a practical, graphic cabinet range that is both current and timeless.
4260 – small sideboard 100 x h 70 x 42cm
4261 – high sideboard 100 x h 92 x 42cm
4262 – large sideboard 148 x h 70 x 42cm
Corso dining table & bench – sits perfectly with the Verso range.
The collection is available in the new lightened or darkened finish along with the standard ash finishes and the bench is available with or without a fixed upholstered pad with options from the ercol collection fabrics.