The Zenica collection is nothing short of spectacular! Robust construction with solid birch, African slate accents, and dovetailed drawers make this a furniture group that will stand the test of time! Features of this console include; ample storage capability, adjustable drawer dividers, waterfall glass doors, and shelving to house your media needs or showcase those collectibles! Beautiful dark chocolate finish, distressed knobs and slate accents add beauty to this versatile, functional group!
- Key Features
- - Distressed solid birch; African slate accents
- - Dark chocolate finish; distressed solid knobs
- - Two large storage compartments; waterfall glass doors; shelving; two drawers
- - Drawers with divided compartments (adjustable) for ease and convenience
- - Turned feet can unscrew for a different look
- - English dovetailed drawers
- Dimensions and Specifications
- TV Console: 72"W x 20"D x 35"H.
- Materials and Construction
- Wood Type: Solid Birch
Birch is a stable wood that is resistant to warping and shrinking, and holds glue and nails very well. It is fine-grained and pale in colour, often with an attractive satin-like sheen. Ripple figuring may occur, increasing the value of the timber for veneer and furniture-making.
- Finish Type: Birch Veneer
Birch veneer is strong, durable and tight-grained; won’t warp, split or crack over time. The use of veneers often achieves unique, interesting patterns and designs otherwise unable to mimic when using solid woods.
- Finish Colour: Chocolate
This rich contemporary finish is easily adaptable to virtually any colour scheme!
- Accent Feature: African slate accents
Each piece has its own unique look, adding beautiful detail and character to this furniture group and augmenting its dark chocolate finish perfectly.
- Drawer Construction: English Dovetail
Dovetailing is a joint technique commonly used to join the sides of a drawer to the front. Tightly fitting dovetails resist twisting forces and control the lumber's tendency to warp. English dovetails are very strong locking joints, often found in special applications like curved drawer fronts and is evidence of quality furniture.