This handcrafted retro style two door dinks cabinet has been designed to reflect upon the great decade that was the sixties. This is where the inspiration for the design of this fabulous piece of furniture was spawned from, with its geometric ingrained detailing only on one of the doors not on both. From its raised iron upside down triangular legs in a smoked brass finish, it just screams out non conformist style, and chic with the added warmth of the amazing natural grain patterns and variations you only achieve through using the premium grade mango wood from approved FSC ( Forestry Standards Council) sustainable sources.
It has been meticulously built to be strong and durable using only age old proven carpentry techniques, the panel on the rear of the unit is high grade marine 6 ply this is essential to allow for movement in the tropical hard wood. The internal compartments have been designed to cater for all your drinks and glasses storage. They are specific heights to allow for neat and secure storage of all bottle sizes , and your wine glasses can be neatly stored upside down in the specially designed internal wooden racks. There is an internal drawer to keep all those bottle openers and cocktail shakers. As it only occupies a floor area of 45 x 90 cm it is a compact unit and the added benefit of the raised legs only goes to enhance the feeling of more space as you can clearly see plenty of floor beneath it.
W 90 cm x D 45 cm x H 102 cm
Free in-store collection from Westbourne, Bournemouth; We can deliver to the local area (within a 12-mile radius) for £10-£25; delivery to most of other places in mainland UK is £29.
This product comes has a 2-year warranty on the workmanship. Additionally, the warranty covers physical defects or changes that may cause excessive visible movement and affect the stability of the furniture. However, the warranty does not cover normal wear and tear, normal settlement (minor shrinkage, swelling, small cracks and minor movement), or damages caused by mishandling, mis-use, or accidents. Failure to treat your wooden furniture as advised could result in drying, splitting, and the invalidation of your warranty. can see plenty of floor beneath it.