TemaHome Nilo Contemporary TV Media Unit - Matt White or Matt White and Walnut
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If you are looking for a stylish modern home for your TV then the Nilo TV table from leading manufacturers Tema Home is for you. From the creative mind of Delio Vicente the frame of this contemporary unit is finished in a chic white matt lacquer and features handy storage space behind its sliding door. Two generously proportioned drawers are also included and cleverly feature recessed fronts which allow the main sliding door to open across the front of the unit.
Supported by painted metal legs the sleek top of this table is large enough to accommodate a wide range of TV sizes whilst its handy cupboard and drawers are ideal for storing AV equipment, DVDs and the like.For added versatility the door and drawer fronts can be finished in a choice of either matt white or Walnut veneer. Simply use the checkout menu options to select your favourite combination.
The Nilo TV table is manufactured by Tema Home. Based in Portugal this market leading producer of contemporary furniture was formed in 1981 by the merger of Norwegian based Norema and Mendes Godinho from Portugal. Since its formation Tema Home has developed a reputation for supplying high quality furniture which incorporates award winning designs by renowned Portuguese designers including Fernando Brzio and Filipe Alarco. With an exceptional attention to detail furniture from Tema Home is both functional and ideally suited to the modern interior.
Material: Honeycomb chipboard and metal
Assembly: Basic assembly required
Size: H 58.00cm x D 45.00cm x W 150.00cm
Finish: Matt white, Matt white and walnut
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