Drinks Cabinet in Navy Blue and Gold with Hand Painted Geometric Design
This cabinet has been painted inside and out in a navy blue mineral paint and treated with varnish for extra protection. The doors on the front have been hand painted with a geometric harlequin design in shades of gold and navy and gold accents have been added inside the cabinet. There is a bottom cupboard to house all your bottles and there is also a drawer for extra storage. The top two doors open up to reveal a large cupboard with a shelf under which two bottle racks have been added. The top lifts up and reveals an area to mix your cocktails and pour your drinks. Modern gold knobs have been added to complete the look and a rechargeable motion sensor light comes on when the top doors are opened.
Width - 61 cm
Depth - 47.5 cm
Height - 124.5 cm
Delivery to most of mainland UK is included in my prices. If you are outside the mainland or in the Highlands there will be an additional charge for delivery so please contact me, prior to purchasing, with your postcode for a delivery price, which is to be agreed before ordering.
Delivery is arranged through trusted furniture couriers and will usually be within 1-3 weeks of your order being placed, sometimes it may be quicker but on occasion it can take longer depending on your location. The drivers contact you directly to confirm the date and time of delivery. Delivery will usually be a one-man only service so help will be required to unload the item at the buyer’s property. If a two man service is required there will usually be an extra charge. Our couriers will always work with you to arrange a mutually convenient time.
For commissions and custom orders, delivery will be arranged once work is completed.
All my work is refinished with great care and attention to detail using the best quality furniture paints which are as environmentally friendly as possible. My pieces are all antique, vintage and always pre-loved and therefore may show minor signs of their past life with the occasional dent or ding. Major imperfections are always repaired, but I believe small marks show the piece's history and add to its charm. Any signs of historic woodworm are treated as a matter of course.