These ‘Dressed Cabinets’ are inspired by a childhood memory. As a little girl, Puck Dieben used to build huts by hanging bed linen from the frame of her bunkbed. Towels became sliding doors and pillowcases served as hanging baskets. As a designer, she reconsidered the same concept and shows what textiles can do for a simple shelving unit. Owners can dress up their cabinet any way they like by weaving fabric through or around a metal frame. The tension in the fabric, created by the wooden parts, ensures the final form and functionality: open or closed, formal or playful, static or dynamic. Dressed Cabinets invite adults to play with their furniture once again.
Photo by Femke Rijerman