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The Aya reclaimed pine table, combining innovative design, an ecological approach and a unique finish.
Freed from classic interior design conventions, this is a piece of furniture with radical and uncompromising lines.Inspired by traditional ethnic furniture, the aesthetic is incisive, the 'charcoal black' finish deliberately intense.
As graphic as a work of art, the Aya reclaimed pine table successfully plays with upcycling and a no-frills aesthetic. It can accommodate 8 guests around a visually striking central pedestal.
Protected by a varnish, to make it immune to the passing of time, the Aya reclaimed pine table will completely transform the atmosphere of a room.
Check out our complete Aya collection and rediscover our Actuel range of furniture.
To preserve, clean and revive the shine of your wooden furniture, we advise you to simply use a dust remover.
Learn more : our furniture maintenance guide
- Can seat 6–8 people
- Removable pedestal
- top: recycled pine and ash veneer plywood
- Pedestal: plywood with ash veneer
- A concrete insert is fitted in the base, for greater stability
Pre-assembled unit, pedestal to be attached
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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