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On design sites recently， we’；ve been noticing quite a few interesting iterations of industrial storage cabinets？—new and vintage—as furniture， like the classic Bisley 10-drawer steel storage cabinetcustom christmas gifts， above.？We’；ve relied on the？trusty Ikea？lacquered metal Helmer drawer cabinets？($39) for years， using it in our office？and in various closets for storing all manner of small bits， from wrapping paper to electronics cords to underwear.pillowcase baby
When then handles stuck out to far to allow the closet doors to close， we replaced them with red twine：
SF Girl By Bay？recently featured this vintage file cabinet？gussied up with mirrors to become an armoire (along with other vintage file transformations)？…；
We love the perfect little cubby holes for storing the small stuff spotted at？The Selby.
White？steel Ikea PS cabinets？($99 each)？lined up side-by-side， and stacked high with books， become curiously chic.
Flat files， normally used for storing art， make terrific day beds and storage.
We will always admire the late Tobias Wong‘；s primitive file cabinet bed as an example of re-envisioning and transformation of an mundane industrial object for home use…；
Many possibilities here as we scan second-hand office furniture stores as well as flea markets and Ebay for vintage finds.
With？thanks to Susan Dworski？
One of the things we love about Aqquindex is the many works we find from 60’s, 70’s and 80’s that have continuing panache and viability. This coffee table from Pierre Paulin and Kho Liang is one. It made us think WHY NOT have a coffee table that is not a regular rectangle or round? And WHY NOT stripe a coffee table? We imagined what it would take to run with the two ideas: