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The Dressed Cabinet Incorporates Panels of Fabric You Can Adjust to Customize

08.30.17 | By
The Dressed Cabinet Incorporates Panels of Fabric You Can Adjust to Customize

Dutch design house Vij5 kicks off an ambitious goal of launching one new product every week for 10 weeks and to get things started, they’re releasing the Dressed Cabinet. Designed by Puck Dieben, in collaboration with Vij5, the design offers endless flexibility with movable fabric panels that adjust to your storage needs. Also, the pieces invite adults to play around with their furniture to achieve the look they want.

The Dressed Cabinet comes in two versions – Divide and Slide. Divide, available in a short or tall model, includes five meters of Kvadrat fabric that you thread through the slots in the metal frame to create dividers and sections as needed. Slide, which only comes in the tall version, features Kvadrat fabric that’s wrapped around the outside of the frame allowing you to slide it up and down to change where the opening is. Wooden rods hold the fabric taut and in place.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.