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UMAGE - Audacious TV Table - Oak with Slate Grey Textile - CLEARANCE Fifteen Percent Discount

Regular price $1,400.80 SGD
Regular price $1,648.00 SGD Sale price $1,400.80 SGD
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The Audacious TV bench by Jonas Søndergaard for Umage is a modern and versatile piece of furniture with a retro look. Similar to the Audacious Sideboard , the bench also convinces with an organic, rounded design in a stylish kidney shape.

Narrow frame made of oak wood and MDF
On the bench, the TV set, vases, books and much more can be stylishly staged. Inside the TV bench technical equipment, files and co. find a discreet place. The special roller doors slide around the edges of the bench, giving you the opportunity to decide for yourself what of the interior should be shown and what not. The sliding doors have a textile cover, which gives them a soft feel. Audacious gives a soft feel.

The narrow and long bench consists of a frame with four legs made of oak wood and MDF. The polyester roller doors are available in different colors. Thus, the bench fits well into any living room and also becomes a practical storage in narrow hallways.

100% polyester
Oak veneer
Dark gray

Height: 40 cm, Depth: 46 cm, Length: 140 cm
Weight: 18.75 kg

CONSTRUCTION Frame: MDF. Reinforced with glue and screws. Clear top coat wood finish. Legs: Solid oak. Legs attached with insert bushings with bolts and dovetail joinery. Plate: Oak veneered MDF. Fabric: 100% polyester. Moisture barrier added between fabric and filling to prevent moisture penetration. Leather handles on tambour made within the REACH standards.

*All sale and clearance items are non-returnable, non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Warranty is not applicable.
*Complimentary delivery is not available for clearance items.
*Images are for reference only. Please refer to the description for the actual finish and dimensions, or visit our showroom to view the actual product.

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