Sequel Storage Cabinet by BDI
designed by Matthew Weatherly
At A Glance:
The Sequel Storage Cabinet is the Laurel to your lateral file's Hardy, the Mary Jane to your desk's Peter Parker. Ideal for storing supplies and projects, the Sequel Storage Cabinet offers a deep, full extension top drawer and a roomy cabinet underneath that's perfect for holding office materials. The cabinet opens to reveal two individually adjustable shelves. Handsome and useful on its own, it looks even better as part of the Sequel collection.
See the entire BDI Sequel Office collection.
What's To Like:
One word: modularity. Attach the Peninsula Desk to make a desk/storage unit, or use the Storage Cabinet as one side holding up a Desk Bridge or Corner Desk. All Sequel pieces shown below. This storage cabinet, with its adjustable shelves and ability to be used as an additional desk surface, is the great enabler for your office.
What's Not to Like:
Price. For a simple storage cabinet, this Sequel model could be pretty steep for some buyers. Although it does fit perfectly with the rest of the Sequel system.
The Bottom Line:
The Storage Cabinet is a pricey but valuable addition to the Sequel workspace. There's no better option for keeping your office organized. In addition to its storage potential, the Sequel Storage Cabinet offers an additional work surface that can be kept next to your desk or placed against a wall.
Materials & MeasurementsMaterials:
Wood veneer, satin-brushed, nickel plated steel base
Overall: 29" h x 35" w x 18" d
Top Drawer: 4.75" h x 31.5" w x 15" d
Bottom Compartment: 2 spaces 15.75" wide each, 1 adjustable shelf at either side at 1.25" increments
About the ManufacturerBecker Designed Inc. was founded in 1984 by Bill Becker with the goal of making top-notch modern furniture design accessible to the public. Today, BDI is best know for its home entertainment systems, but it has also applied its vision and craftsmanship in its lines of tables, shelving, and mirrors. BDI is located in Chantilly, Virginia.
Heavily influenced by Danish modern style, Matthew studied Scandinavian design, architecture, and woodworking at Denmark's Design School and holds a degree in Industrial Design from Pratt Institute. Inspired by his love of Nature, Matthew's designs have become known for merging maximum functionality with minimal materials, always striving to do more with less.