Noteworthy

Amuneal collaborated with interior designer Nicole Hogarty on this custom floating console for a 19th Century brownstone in Boston. The piece features tinted blue pine door + drawer faces, which pop against the buffed brass clad sides and top. Tour the full space in this Homes...

The built-in bar cabinet by Amuneal certainly stands out in the living room of this Aspen penthouse designed by Karen White Interior Design. Featuring navy blue lacquer with brass inlaid retractable doors, silvered oak interiors, and recessed LED lighting, the piece is perfect for entertaining...

Amuneal created multiple custom pieces for this historical-contemporary townhouse in Washington, DC. Designed by Zoe Feldman, the space includes a walnut and bronze archway, along with two built-in bar cabinets. As the Architectural Digest article describes, "nearly every room was outfitted with exquisitely detailed custom cabinets....

In a recent article published in Elle Décor, Amuneal's Showroom is named one of the "stunning treasures" found at the New York Design Center! The highlighted products are referred to as "top-quality," "lustrous," and "stunning" by writer Amber C. Snider. Check out the article to learn...

Bergdorf Goodman's in-house design team incorporated Collector's Shelving + Cabinetry into the backbar of their new restaurant, Goodman's Bar, at their iconic fifth avenue flagship.  The White Cerused Ebonized Oak cabinet with mesh panels, interior lighting, glass shelves, and a mirrored back provides enclosed storage space...

For the "book nook" in a stunning Colorado mountain home, Amuneal made a custom media unit which displays pieces of art alongside the homeowner's personal collection of 19th-Century English novels. Designed by Solis Betancourt & Sherrill, the Collector's Shelving Unit makes a bold statement in...

On Wednesday, September 14th, Amuneal participated in the New York Design Center's annual celebration of "What's New, What's Next"! For the event, Amuneal's CEO, Adam Kamens, and long-time friend + fellow Philadelphia maker, John of John Pomp, were joined by moderator Katy Donohue, Editor in...