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This versatile bedside table will prove handy all over your home. It has been constructed from 100% solid mango wood and has a fine oak-ish finish. It also comes with 2 bone inlay drawer fronts and glass knobs which provide extra storage. Some other features include 4 Scandinavian styled legs.
Trade Bone Inlay Bedside with 2 Drawers WholesalersTimber Compliances:
This product is made using sustainable resources under certified commercial plantation programme.Environmental Compliances:
This product complies with the eco friendly treatment as the pest control used on the timber is environmental safe, this is called Biflex.Packaging Compliances:
As part of UK’s Waste Packaging Regulations, this product has a waste packaging component of 1.2 KG (Box weight 11.7 KG minus product weight 10.5 KG).
Timber: Avoid placing your furniture under direct sunlight and/or near radiators. Also, occasionally polish the non-painted furniture parts with bees wax to retain sheen and for longer lifespan.Caution:
All weight and dimensions might vary from the given specifications as the Serpentine Console Table is handcrafted individually. This furniture piece is exclusively handcrafted using 100% solid fruit wood with no veneers or lamination whatsoever hence features like grain patterns, knots, minor movements or variations are natural occurrences and should not be treated as defects.
|Height||57 cm||35 cm|
|Width||45 cm||50 cm|
|Depth||35 cm||40 cm|
|Volume||--||0.07 Cubic Meters|
|Weight||10.5 Kg||11.7 Kg|
Our team have been working hard to ensure that our packaging is fully enhanced. We always strive to provide you with a better service, which is why we have added a more structural method; this typically includes thermocol, strong condensed cardboard edges, further layers of protections, secured hardware packaging etc, to make sure that your items are delivered safely with our drop-ship program. Last update – October 2018