The lovely Torii teak rack can help you organize your home. It's the ideal natural element for your house, with timeless contours and the coziness of natural finished wood.
Constructed with solid plantation teak with natural finish, this coffee table will not only stand the test of time but also require little maintenance.
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|Frame||Solid plantation teak|
|Colour||Natural finish plantation teak|
|Base||Solid plantation teak|
|Width||120 cm||Bottom shelf height||38 cm||Clearance||25 cm|
|Depth||45 cm||Mid shelf height||35 cm|
|Height||190 cm||Top shelf height||78 cm|
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The Beauty of Solid Wood
The beauty of natural hardwood lies in the uniqueness and individuality of each timber piece. Variations in the wood grain, colour, knots and texture are far from flaws, but add character and complement the clean lines of these designs. They are a testament to the authenticity and strength of our products.
No veneered MDF has been used in this product. All the wood is solid timber. Solid timber makes the product far stronger, heavier and of a much higher quality. It is also easier to repair should it get damaged; the joints can withstand greater impacts and it is a more robust material for surfaces that see heavy use.
No other wood shares teak's exceptional strength and durability. Its resilience is due to its dense structure and high oil content.
Following these simple guidelines to care for your teak piece will keep it looking its best.
- Wipe timber to remove dust and dirt with a dry cloth.
- Wipe spills immediately using a damp cloth and natural soap, ensure you wipe the entire top surface along the grain of the wood.
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