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As it is good for the environment and tells us the story of materials that have already lived a first life, the upcycling trend is very popular in contemporary interior design. The Elias reclaimed solid teak cabinet illustrates this perfectly. Made of an FSC® certified (the guarantee that it comes from sustainably managed forests) wood that is rich in memories, the piece presents minimalist elegance and a unique touch: the polished finish allows you to feel the grain of the wood beneath your fingertips.
While ideal in the dining room for storing dishware or table linen, it also fits perfectly in the bedroom for folded clothes or in the office for files and supplies...
It draws its inspiration from the traditional furniture of faraway lands, with a warm design and unique aesthetic. Enjoy matching it with other pieces from our Neo Ethnic range.
Treatment prior to use is essential for this item
We offer a selection of products for protecting, maintaining and preserving your raw wood furniture.
2 sliding doors opening on 3 levels:
- H 37 x W 126 x D 31.5 cm *
- Wooden runners
-H 30 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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