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Marina Del Rey Recycled Teak Wood Cone Shaped Linen Cabinet, 75W x 41H in.

Marina Del Rey Recycled Teak Wood Cone Shaped Linen Cabinet, 75W x 41H in.

BOAT4-B-CA

Regular price CAD $5,036.67 CAD $3,022.00 Sale

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These colorful and unique cabinets, made from solid teak from old fishing boats, are both sturdy and eco-friendly for a win-win!  Each of these cabinets is artfully handmade from different pieces of reclaimed boat wood so they have their own unique character and history.  The boats used to craft these pieces are painted in bright vivid colors and were used by the fishermen off of the Island of Java to feed their families and sell their fresh catch at the local markets.

We offer this cone shaped cabinet in two sizes.  This size offers two cabinet doors that open to two spacious shelves and three center drawers for plenty of storage options to house linens, towels, toiletries and more.  These also make excellent buffets or media centers to place a TV on.

This linen cabinet's ultra-sturdy design makes it perfect for both commercial or residential applications and the durability of teak to withstand moisture makes it great for bathrooms.


Features

  • Part of the Marina Del Rey Collection
  • Can also be used as a media center or buffet
  • Reclaimed boat teak wood
  • 100% environmentally friendly
  • Can be used indoors or outdoors in a fully covered and dry area.
  • Comes fully assembled
  • Durable construction
  • No two are exactly alike
  • Handmade by skilled artisans
  • Premium hardware

    This cabinet includes 2 doors/4 drawers and measures 75W x 41H x 20D in.

    Drawers: 5.5H x 20W x 13D in.
    Top Shelf: 15.75H x 22W x 17.5D in.
    Bottom Shelf: 15.5H x 20W x 17.5D in.
    Total Cabinet(shelves are removable): 31.5H x 21W x 17.5D in.

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