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Pioneering the classic mid-century style, G Plan produced mass-manufactured furniture, but not as we know it today; these items, though produced in large quantities, were finished to an incredibly high standard in materials that would be unfathomable in today’s market. G Plan wall units are no exception to this rule. Generally crafted from a combination of teak and glass with high production additions such as velvet lined drawers and moveable shelves, they are iconic pieces of furniture produced to an unparalleled level of craftsmanship. Browse the collection today and find a unit that you’d be proud to showcase in your home.
Why choose a G Plan wall unit?G Plan wall units come in just about any shape and size you can imagine. From the low, long sideboards that speak of chic, mid-century soirées when topped with a decanter of whisky and some crystal glasses, to giant monoliths that take up a whole wall and can hold your book collection in its entirety, there’s a G Plan wall unit to fit in any space.
Perhaps you are looking to acquire a unit with multiple cupboards and drawers – something you can store tableware and cutlery in – or maybe you’re after a display case for carefully chosen family photographs and prized antiques. Sometimes you’ll even find a G Plan wall unit with a drop-down desk built in so that you can use it as a home office that folds away when not in use. These are extraordinarily hardworking items of furniture, which can be placed in virtually any room of the house. They make great additions to hallways, sitting rooms, dining areas and bedrooms –anywhere that you are in need of extra storage when you want it accompanied by eye catching mid-century design.
Use a wall unit to break up and add context to a big room and to organise a small one. They can be used to store important documents, crockery, cutlery, placemats, photographs or as a very stylish linen cupboard. In terms of appearance, their teak frames look great with other retro pieces but also works perfectly in a more contemporary setting. G Plan wall units shouldn’t be underestimated – they provide incredible flexibility and much needed storage space behind a slimline, sleek exterior. Their appearance varies hugely – there are G Plan wall units with single doors or double doors; symmetrical or asymmetric shelving units; some come with glass doors, and some are fitted with lights to best display their contents.