Modern Walnut Credenza the Peabody Collection
Designer: Lawrence PeabodyManufacturer: Craft Associates Furniture
Period/model: Mid-Century Modern
Specs: Black walnut, Claro walnut veneer, brass
This Lawrence Peabody modern Walnut Credenza for Craft Associates Furniture is expertly handcrafted. The Peabody collection pieces are licensed reintroductions for Craft Associates. This credenza cabinet is solid black walnut, Claro walnut veneer and turned brass pulls. It is available in multiple variations (all black walnut / Claro walnut doors and drawer fronts / brass, black or white pulls). Craft Associates furniture is proud each modern piece is made in the US. We strive to craft a product that will stand the test of time. We use the best materials and have the best craftsman and upholstery in the business. We stand 100% behind our product.
H: 30.5" (77.47cm)
L: 59" (149.86cm)
Exterior drawer interiors: 18.25" width (46.36cm) x 13.75" depth (34.93cm)
Interior drawer interiors: 15.25" width (38.74cm) x 13.75" depth (34.93cm)
Lawrence “Larry” Peabody (1924-2002) was an architect, interior designer, and furniture designer. As an American born in Haverhill, Massachusetts, his distinctive design were often influenced by his Scandinavian roots. Lawrence studied at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark and at the Rhode Island School of Design. His early career with Selig Mfg. Co. was prolific and helped put both himself and Selig on the map for modern furniture. He then started Lawrence Peabody & Associates in 1955, a design firm in Boston which included a vast client list (Sears, Roebuck & Co., Kohler, Regal Rugs, Boyd Lighting, Chapman Lamps, and Richardson Brothers). In 1961, Mr. Peabody won a Citation for Merit for his Peabody Collection for Richardson/ Nemschoff. Winner of the 1962 International A.I.D. design award for his wood frame rattan cradle chair, he also received the Walnut Classic Award for outstanding established collection of furniture executed in walnut. Craft Associates Furniture is honored to have acquired the rights to produce licensed Lawrence Peabody designed furniture.