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Base colors

Find your favourite color

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

520.00

BUY

520.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

520.00

BUY

520.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

520.00

BUY

520.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

520.00

BUY

520.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

520.00

BUY

520.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

572.00

BUY

572.00

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

473.00

BUY

473.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

473.00

BUY

473.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

473.00

BUY

473.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

473.00

BUY

473.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

473.00

BUY

473.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

520.00

BUY

520.00

ERSY

created by JERÁBEK

2003

 

Specification

Before the creation of industrial design, furniture makers were responsible for every piece made. In the second half of the 18th century, furniture makers published books on furniture production. The books contained brief summaries of their own and other realizations. André-Charles Boulle was the most acclaimed creator of the boxes before the discovery of industrial design. With the industrial revolution and the use of steam in machinery used for furniture production, mass production techniques have been gradually applied to all aspects of furniture production. As a result of this industrial shift, traditional furniture stores have ceased to be a major source of domestic or commercial purchases. At the same time, however, there was a growing ...

Demand for the expanding middle class in more industrialized countries, for finer and more detailed furniture. As a result, the number of traditional cabinets manufacturers has increased. A year prior, in 1650 finely crafted furniture was rarely seen in the west of Europe and North of America. Generally, people did not ask for or could not afford such luxury, so furniture was made practically and simply. The Arts and Craft movement was formed in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century and created a market for traditional furniture production and handicraft work that spread rapidly across the United States and the UK. This movement was a response to the eclectic events of the Victorian era and to the "mindless" engineering production that was increasingly expanding.

Identity Number

It is used to identify the originality of the product and its manufacturers it also contains data such as number of pieces, color, customer, etc.

Enter your product code and find out what benefits you will get with STYLE KLAN membership.

Design

With their form and philosophy, the Greek pillar systems together with the golden cut create, re-evaluate the symbol of perfection. The lines facing the mountains and tilting the curves to the sides at a golden angle is a symbol of growth. The form of the product in this way brings balance to every environment, whether it is a modern or classic interior.


Technical Information

Material : Beech / Recycled wood

Weight : 48.5 Kg

Opening : Clip / soft - closing

Height Width Depth :

28.1 in / 71.3 cm

24.3 in / 61.7 cm

19.7 in / 50.1 cm

37%

PRODUCT CONTAINS HARDWOOD

I would like to draw your attention to the variability of dimensions due to the exclusion of copying and the determination of originality. In addition, manual machining and the usage of wood materials can also cause some variation, because the nature of the wood is a constantly working material that reacts sensitively to heat flux and moisture. Max. +/- 1 cm.

Base colors

Find your favourite color

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

569.00

BUY

569.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

569.00

BUY

569.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

569.00

BUY

569.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

569.00

BUY

569.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

569.00

BUY

569.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

626.00

BUY

626.00

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

517.00

BUY

517.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

517.00

BUY

517.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

517.00

BUY

517.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

517.00

BUY

517.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

517.00

BUY

517.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

569.00

BUY

569.00

ERSY

created by JERÁBEK

2003

 

Specification

Before the creation of industrial design, furniture makers were responsible for every piece made. In the second half of the 18th century, furniture makers published books on furniture production. The books contained brief summaries of their own and other realizations. André-Charles Boulle was the most acclaimed creator of the boxes before the discovery of industrial design. With the industrial revolution and the use of steam in machinery used for furniture production, mass production techniques have been gradually applied to all aspects of furniture production. As a result of this industrial shift, traditional furniture stores have ceased to be a major source of domestic or commercial purchases. At the same time, however, there was a growing ...

Demand for the expanding middle class in more industrialized countries, for finer and more detailed furniture. As a result, the number of traditional cabinets manufacturers has increased. A year prior, in 1650 finely crafted furniture was rarely seen in the west of Europe and North of America. Generally, people did not ask for or could not afford such luxury, so furniture was made practically and simply. The Arts and Craft movement was formed in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century and created a market for traditional furniture production and handicraft work that spread rapidly across the United States and the UK. This movement was a response to the eclectic events of the Victorian era and to the "mindless" engineering production that was increasingly expanding.

Identity Number

It is used to identify the originality of the product and its manufacturers it also contains data such as number of pieces, color, customer, etc.

Enter your product code and find out what benefits you will get with STYLE KLAN membership.

Design

With their form and philosophy, the Greek pillar systems together with the golden cut create, re-evaluate the symbol of perfection. The lines facing the mountains and tilting the curves to the sides at a golden angle is a symbol of growth. The form of the product in this way brings balance to every environment, whether it is a modern or classic interior.


Technical Information

Material : Beech / Recycled wood

Weight : 41.5 Kg

Opening : Clip / soft - closing

Height Width Depth :

28.1 in / 71.3 cm

24.3 in / 61.7 cm

19.7 in / 50.1 cm

39%

PRODUCT CONTAINS HARDWOOD

I would like to draw your attention to the variability of dimensions due to the exclusion of copying and the determination of originality. In addition, manual machining and the usage of wood materials can also cause some variation, because the nature of the wood is a constantly working material that reacts sensitively to heat flux and moisture. Max. +/- 1 cm.

Base colors

Find your favourite color

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

501.00

BUY

501.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

501.00

BUY

501.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

501.00

BUY

501.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

501.00

BUY

501.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

501.00

BUY

501.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

551.00

BUY

551.00

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

455.00

BUY

455.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

455.00

BUY

455.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

455.00

BUY

455.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

455.00

BUY

455.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

455.00

BUY

455.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

501.00

BUY

501.00

ERSY

created by JERÁBEK

2003

 

Specification

Before the creation of industrial design, furniture makers were responsible for every piece made. In the second half of the 18th century, furniture makers published books on furniture production. The books contained brief summaries of their own and other realizations. André-Charles Boulle was the most acclaimed creator of the boxes before the discovery of industrial design. With the industrial revolution and the use of steam in machinery used for furniture production, mass production techniques have been gradually applied to all aspects of furniture production. As a result of this industrial shift, traditional furniture stores have ceased to be a major source of domestic or commercial purchases. At the same time, however, there was a growing ...

Demand for the expanding middle class in more industrialized countries, for finer and more detailed furniture. As a result, the number of traditional cabinets manufacturers has increased. A year prior, in 1650 finely crafted furniture was rarely seen in the west of Europe and North of America. Generally, people did not ask for or could not afford such luxury, so furniture was made practically and simply. The Arts and Craft movement was formed in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century and created a market for traditional furniture production and handicraft work that spread rapidly across the United States and the UK. This movement was a response to the eclectic events of the Victorian era and to the "mindless" engineering production that was increasingly expanding.

Identity Number

It is used to identify the originality of the product and its manufacturers it also contains data such as number of pieces, color, customer, etc.

Enter your product code and find out what benefits you will get with STYLE KLAN membership.

Design

With their form and philosophy, the Greek pillar systems together with the golden cut create, re-evaluate the symbol of perfection. The lines facing the mountains and tilting the curves to the sides at a golden angle is a symbol of growth. The form of the product in this way brings balance to every environment, whether it is a modern or classic interior.


Technical Information

Material : Beech / Recycled wood

Weight : 40 Kg

Opening : Clip / soft - closing

Height Width Depth :

28.1 in / 71.3 cm

24.3 in / 61.7 cm

19.7 in / 50.1 cm

40%

PRODUCT CONTAINS HARDWOOD

I would like to draw your attention to the variability of dimensions due to the exclusion of copying and the determination of originality. In addition, manual machining and the usage of wood materials can also cause some variation, because the nature of the wood is a constantly working material that reacts sensitively to heat flux and moisture. Max. +/- 1 cm.

Base colors

Find your favourite color

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

421.00

BUY

421.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

421.00

BUY

421.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

421.00

BUY

421.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

421.00

BUY

421.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

421.00

BUY

421.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

463.00

BUY

463.00

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

383.00

BUY

383.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

383.00

BUY

383.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

383.00

BUY

383.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

383.00

BUY

383.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

383.00

BUY

383.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

421.00

BUY

421.00

ERSY

created by JERÁBEK

2003

 

Specification

Before the creation of industrial design, furniture makers were responsible for every piece made. In the second half of the 18th century, furniture makers published books on furniture production. The books contained brief summaries of their own and other realizations. André-Charles Boulle was the most acclaimed creator of the boxes before the discovery of industrial design. With the industrial revolution and the use of steam in machinery used for furniture production, mass production techniques have been gradually applied to all aspects of furniture production. As a result of this industrial shift, traditional furniture stores have ceased to be a major source of domestic or commercial purchases. At the same time, however, there was a growing ...

Demand for the expanding middle class in more industrialized countries, for finer and more detailed furniture. As a result, the number of traditional cabinets manufacturers has increased. A year prior, in 1650 finely crafted furniture was rarely seen in the west of Europe and North of America. Generally, people did not ask for or could not afford such luxury, so furniture was made practically and simply. The Arts and Craft movement was formed in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century and created a market for traditional furniture production and handicraft work that spread rapidly across the United States and the UK. This movement was a response to the eclectic events of the Victorian era and to the "mindless" engineering production that was increasingly expanding.

Identity Number

It is used to identify the originality of the product and its manufacturers it also contains data such as number of pieces, color, customer, etc.

Enter your product code and find out what benefits you will get with STYLE KLAN membership.

Design

With their form and philosophy, the Greek pillar systems together with the golden cut create, re-evaluate the symbol of perfection. The lines facing the mountains and tilting the curves to the sides at a golden angle is a symbol of growth. The form of the product in this way brings balance to every environment, whether it is a modern or classic interior.


Technical Information

Material : Beech / Recycled wood

Weight : 35 Kg

Opening : Clip / soft - closing

Height Width Depth :

28.1 in / 71.3 cm

24.3 in / 61.7 cm

20.1 in / 50.1 cm

32%

PRODUCT CONTAINS HARDWOOD

I would like to draw your attention to the variability of dimensions due to the exclusion of copying and the determination of originality. In addition, manual machining and the usage of wood materials can also cause some variation, because the nature of the wood is a constantly working material that reacts sensitively to heat flux and moisture. Max. +/- 1 cm.

Base colors

Find your favourite color

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

454.00

BUY

454.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

454.00

BUY

454.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

454.00

BUY

454.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

454.00

BUY

454.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

454.00

BUY

454.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

499.00

BUY

499.00

Dark chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

413.00

BUY

413.00

Milk chocolate

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

413.00

BUY

413.00

Light coffee

Traditional stained finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

413.00

BUY

413.00

Red dawn

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood

413.00

BUY

413.00

Dark night

Traditional staining finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

413.00

BUY

413.00

White moon

Color finish, last layer, lacquer "silk gloss". Beech wood.

454.00

BUY

454.00

ERSY

created by JERÁBEK

2003

 

Specification

Before the creation of industrial design, furniture makers were responsible for every piece made. In the second half of the 18th century, furniture makers published books on furniture production. The books contained brief summaries of their own and other realizations. André-Charles Boulle was the most acclaimed creator of the boxes before the discovery of industrial design. With the industrial revolution and the use of steam in machinery used for furniture production, mass production techniques have been gradually applied to all aspects of furniture production. As a result of this industrial shift, traditional furniture stores have ceased to be a major source of domestic or commercial purchases. At the same time, however, there was a growing ...

Demand for the expanding middle class in more industrialized countries, for finer and more detailed furniture. As a result, the number of traditional cabinets manufacturers has increased. A year prior, in 1650 finely crafted furniture was rarely seen in the west of Europe and North of America. Generally, people did not ask for or could not afford such luxury, so furniture was made practically and simply. The Arts and Craft movement was formed in the United Kingdom in the mid-19th century and created a market for traditional furniture production and handicraft work that spread rapidly across the United States and the UK. This movement was a response to the eclectic events of the Victorian era and to the "mindless" engineering production that was increasingly expanding.

Identity Number

It is used to identify the originality of the product and its manufacturers it also contains data such as number of pieces, color, customer, etc.

Enter your product code and find out what benefits you will get with STYLE KLAN membership.

Design

With their form and philosophy, the Greek pillar systems together with the golden cut create, re-evaluate the symbol of perfection. The lines facing the mountains and tilting the curves to the sides at a golden angle is a symbol of growth. The form of the product in this way brings balance to every environment, whether it is a modern or classic interior.


Technical Information

Material : Beech / Recycled wood

Weight : 39 Kg

Opening : Clip / soft - closing

Height Width Depth :

28.1 in / 71.3 cm

24.3 in / 61.7 cm

19.7 in / 50.1 cm

34%

PRODUCT CONTAINS HARDWOOD

I would like to draw your attention to the variability of dimensions due to the exclusion of copying and the determination of originality. In addition, manual machining and the usage of wood materials can also cause some variation, because the nature of the wood is a constantly working material that reacts sensitively to heat flux and moisture. Max. +/- 1 cm.

BUY

We create with our own hands

All our products are traditionally hand-made. An important factor in achieving quality is accurate machining, for which we use state-of-the-art semi-automatic and computer-controlled machines, so we can combine the legacy of the past with the quality of the 21st century.

 

In Style furniture, we know how to appreciate the forgotten charm and exceptional features of beechwood. However, it is not just about that, wood has to be handled well too. Style furniture has a soul. The hard work of the hands reaps their harvest.

— doc. PhDr František Okruhlica, PhD.

Extraordinary look and emphasis on quality. Finally, someone who has shifted the traditional old masters´s carpentry up to higher level. Simply magnificent.

— Ing. Süliová Orsolya

Style furniture profesionally recreates author´s ideas into specific and valuable product. Accent focused on detail and work with precise finish. Nothing equals to the smell of wood, however today we must be eco friendly and contribute to nature´s protection. All these things can be expected from Style team.

— Mgr. Art. Dušan Amrich