Square furniture containers are what form the basis of the Quaro concept. Two half-height containers stacked on top of one another or two narrow containers placed next to one another form another square.

The characteristic feature of all containers is the 45° bevelled edge that inclines towards the inside. This makes Quaro look light and sophisticated. The Quaro system is available in 16 standard colours. We can supply elements in every conceivable colour for a surcharge.


Quaro system containers are typical FLÖTOTTO furniture: flexible, individual, high quality and perfect down to the finest detail. Just as you would expect from us. And nothing will change there.





Quaro started life as a square. From this basic shape, we have developed a furniture system whose elements can be combined individually. In this way, furniture for living, working and storage can be created. We call our cupboards, shelves, cabinets and sideboards ‘containers’. They can be placed in a row along a wall, mounted or stacked on top of each other thanks to the system dimensions of 73.2 × 36.6 cm. The furniture is just as beautiful and robust on the inside as it is on the outside.



You can really see the quality of Quaro – its body is made from the best wood-based materials. In order to retain the precise, sophisticated joint alignment, each piece of furniture has the same accurate dimensions. The edge profile has been shaped in detail and has the typical 45° bevel. All drawers can be fully opened and they close gently thanks to a soft-closing mechanism.



The basis of the sideboard is a wood base in light oak real-wood veneer. You can arrange Quaro containers on top of this base in any way you want. This means high boards, sideboards and low boards can be put together individually.

The base for sideboards is available in three different widths. Each width is exactly matched to the dimensions of the Quaro container.


You can combine the different side-wall heights individually according to whether you want the sideboard to be, for example, low on the left and high on the right