Loft (wild) 4 door cupboard

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Product description

If you are looking to create an uber chic and modern look in your home then the new and exciting Loft (Wild) 4 door cupboard from Oliver B. Casa is for you. Expertly crafted from high quality MDF and finished in a combination of matt anthracite coloured lacquer and stunning Oak this beautiful cupboard offers ample storage space behind its four doors.

The solid Oak panels featured on this cupboard have been allowed to retain their original grains, knots and cracks to create an attractive natural aesthetic and for added versatility are also available in a choice of five stylish finishes. Simply use the checkout menu options to select your favourite finish.

The Loft range is produced by renowned Italian manufacturers Oliver B. Casa. Their innovative and modern approach partners traditional cabinet making skills with cutting edge Italian design, a combination which allows them to create unique contemporary designer furniture with an eye on the future and a nod to the past.

Material: MDF and solid Oak

Assembly: No assembly required

Size: L105 * W45 * H108cm

Product code:PT70969-KAL
Dimensions:l105 * w45 * h108cm
Wood tones:oak (wood)
Colours:white, black, grey, brown/beige
Materials:wood
Made to order:Yes

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This item is sold and dispatched directly by Icona Furniture.

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England and Wales FREE
Scotland FREE
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £50.00

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