Neverfull High/Mid Cabinet
Designed by Roberto Lazzeroni for Ceccotti Collezioni
Made in Italy
Neverfull High/Mid Cabinet by Roberto Lazzeroni is designed to be used as dining storage or bar furniture with optional accessories such as trays, pull-out shelves, cup and glass holders, and touch-controlled LED lighting.
- Two sizes
- Solid walnut in 4 finishes
- Interior maple veneer
Born from the creativity of Roberto Lazzeroni, the Neverfull line of storage and bar cabinets is a reinterpretation of classic furniture. Made of solid American walnut and veneered plywood, it has doors and sides upholstered with solid walnut strips applied by hand. This gives a strong visual impact which is accentuated by the dualism of materials: American walnut on the outside, and light maple on the inside.
The top is made from wood, but it is also available in marble, with 7 different types to choose from. Neverfull, thanks to its generous dimensions, offers excellent storage capacity which increases its functionality and allows you to customize the interior with multiple accessories.
The Neverfull mid-height storage unit in the standard version is equipped with 6 internal wooden shelves, 3 for each door, while the Neverfull high unit has 8 total. Designed particularly to be used as bar furniture, they have been designed to accommodate accessories such as trays, pull-out shelves, and cup and glass holders for the various types, with the option of touch-controlled LED lighting.
- Solid American walnut structure
- Solid American walnut wood strips on sides and doors
- Maple veneered plywood interior
- Doors with 6 shelves for Neverfull Mid and 8 shelves for Neverfull High
- Top in wood or marble
- Internal accessories on request
- Touch-controlled LED lighting on request
About Ceccotti Collezioni
Founded in 1956 in the Tuscan town of Cascina, Ceccotti Collezioni is recognized worldwide for its ability to create wholly original furniture and lighting designs. Eschewing industrial geometries, the brand creates pieces connected to Italian woodworking tradition—artisanal objects with an organic sinuousness, complex yet devoid of frivolities.