Introduce Asia into your home with the Ying Yang solid teak bookcase! Very clearly inspired by the Far East, this beautiful piece of furniture will put you in a holiday mood and open new horizons without you having to leave home! Composed of two matching bookcases, which can be combined to form the famous symbol or used separately, it is ideal for housing books, but also beautiful decorative objects, plants or anything else you want to display. Note the large, very practical drawers, which can be used to store small items that you don't want to see lying around the house.
While the Ying Yang solid teak bookcase is perfect in the living room, it will also naturally find its place in a dining room – where it can be used to display fine tableware – study or bedroom.Varnished finish.
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
4 drawers with brass handles.
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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