• Reflect sideboard, 2011, Soren rose, Muuto
  • Reflect sideboard, 2011, Soren rose, Muuto
  • Reflect sideboard, 2011, Soren rose, Muuto
  • Reflect sideboard, 2011, Soren rose, Muuto
  • Reflect sideboard, 2011, Soren rose, Muuto

Reflect sideboard, 2011

Reflect sideboard by Soren Rose for Muuto.

The design and craftsmanship of the Reflect sideboard expresses the natural warmth of oak while referencing the masterly tradition of Scandinavian furniture making.

The classic form of the sideboard is given a contemporary twist by the concave detailing of the drawer and door fronts. Each panel has a subtle curvaceous plane that emphasises the grain of the wood and enhances the play of light across the surface.

Available in small and large sizes.

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Reflect sideboard by Soren Rose for Muuto.

The design and craftsmanship of the Reflect sideboard expresses the natural warmth of oak while referencing the masterly tradition of Scandinavian furniture making.

The classic form of the sideboard is given a contemporary twist by the concave detailing of the drawer and door fronts. Each panel has a subtle curvaceous plane that emphasises the grain of the wood and enhances the play of light across the surface.

Available in small and large sizes.

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Small: 105w x 40d x 69.5cmh
Large: 180w x 40d x 69.5cmh

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Reflect has solid oak legs and an oak veneer shell and is available in natural oiled oak or black stained oak.

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The name Muuto, inspired by the Finnish word muutos, means new perspective.

The name Muuto, inspired by the Finnish word muutos, means new perspective.

To Muuto good design starts with the person. They handpick the brightest design talent in Scandinavia and give them the freedom to express their individual story through everyday objects. Some want to alter the world, others find passion in colour and shape or draw deeply from personal experience. How do they see a chair, vase, lamp or any other everyday product?

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