The Antonia reclaimed solid teak console table has been made using wood that has already lived another life... you'll fall in love with its minimalist design and slightly antiqued look; feel the wood grain underneath your fingertips. Inspired by faraway lands, this console table will bring an exotic touch to your home. While ideal in the living room for your decorative items or plants, or simply as a sideboard, it also fits perfectly in other rooms of the house: especially the entryway or hall.
The Antonia solid reclaimed teak console is FSC® certified, guaranteeing that its wood comes from sustainably managed forests. It is a perfect match for the other pieces of our Antonia collection and also complements our Neo Ethnic line.
Treatment prior to use is essential for this item
We offer a selection of products for protecting, maintaining and preserving your raw wood furniture.
1 tabletop: H 3 x L 120 x D 40 cm
Height of feet: 6-9 cm
5 years Warranty
Pay in 3 instalments
at no extra cost
Free returns within 60 days
Delivery to your room
Choose a delivery method when confirming your order :
Small Parcels: (less than 35 kg)
- Delivery via Parcelforce to your door
- Driver will leave a card on delivery attempt
> Large & Heavy Items:
- 2-Man delivery into the room of choice (up to 2nd floor)
- The delivery company will contact you to book a delivery slot
- Deliveries from Monday to Friday between 8:00am-9:00pm
At Tikamoon, we’ve always had a green heart. It’s why we’ve been offering natural solid-wood furniture since 2008. While today, many claim sustainability – sometimes in a way that’s vague or unproven – we remain faithful to our values, communicating clearly and transparently.
Our sustainable development policy
Solid wood furniture
Designed to last
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