Roadie Salvaged Wood Media Unit One Door
This media unit is made out of salvaged wood and has been hand built by skilled craftsman. This use of salvaged wood ensures that no two pieces are exactly the same. It also means that no new trees were cut down to make this piece, which is good for the environment. Running around the edges of this piece are thick strips of aluminum. These protect the wood and also give the piece a nice modern accent. Built out of high quality materials, this media unit has been designed to last for a lifetime.
On the bottom of this media unit are four wheels. These are convenient as they will allow you to move this piece around your home with ease. Above the base is a wide open storage area, that is divided into two parts. Here you'll be able to keep a video game console or cable box. To the left is a medium sized storage cabinet. This will be a nice place for video game controllers or DVDs. This cabinet has a door with a large metal handle on it. The door not only keeps your items out of view, it also keeps dust to a minimum. On top of this media unit is a large amount of open space. That makes it the perfect place for a large television. In fact, you'll probably have room leftover for an item like a Blu-ray player or surround sound system. The light brown colour of this media unit ensures that it will be a nice fit for any contemporary living room or home office.
Height: 50 cm. Width: 120 cm. Depth: 40 cm.
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|Mainland UK - standard delivery||£25.00|
|Highlands/Islands of Scotland||£65.00|
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