Tall Frame Sideboard

£690.00

The Tall Frame Sideboard from rform is a stunning minimalist storage solution. A vast space is hidden behind sliding doors. Available in a variety of eye-catching colours!

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Product Description

The Tall Frame Sideboard is a very utilitarian name for a furniture piece that’s nothing short of an art piece. Attractive and useful, eye-catching yet minimalist, subtle yet brightly colourful, this is a sideboard full of wonderful contradictions, a conversation piece as much as a storage unit. Keep your things out of sight when you’re not using them, or display your proud possessions on the expansive surface-top, or find the perfect balance with the spacious open-able draw area on top. The spacious Tall Frame Sideboard is yet another centrepiece of designer furniture from rform, the Belgian design brand rapidly making a name for themselves as icons of European minimalism.

The sturdy yet slender wooden legs support the colourful body of this sideboard, with the sideboard body available in a wide range of colours to suit any taste, style or setting. A cheerful way to store your things, the perfect television stand, or simply a stunning way to spruce up your space!

Product Features:

  • Birch plywood with colourful laminate
  • High-quality wooden construction
  • Water-repellent and sturdy

Width: 115 cm
Depth: 40 cm
Height: 70 cm

Also available as the stunning Wide Frame Sideboard from rform!

Additional Info

Colour

Cherry Red, Dark Orange, Pale Blue, Sky Blue, Black, Green, White, Yellow

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Delivery Info

Shipping to the following countries in 10-15 working days:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom.