Bulu Cabinet | WhiteSA-08W
RRP incl. GST | Trade price excl. GST
The Bulu Cabinet is part of a boutique range of handcrafted Chinese solid vintage elm furniture.
Beautiful and rare, this cabinet is made with reclaimed antique doors and windowsills, sourced from remote Chinese villages. Over the many years the dry environment the elm has been exposed to has given the surface a gentle, warm nature, unparalleled look and feel.
This piece has a hand-painted washed/distressed white finish. Therefore, the depth and intensity of the white colour will vary between piece to piece and throughout the cabinet.
Each cabinet has been individually hand-carved to create an artisan finish. Markings of the doors previous life are visible. Each piece is unique, no two pieces are the same.
The Bulu Cabinet is a heavy, substantial piece which makes a fantastic focal point by giving your interior a sophisticated, exotic, yet fresh look. This is furniture for a lifetime.
W 130cm | D 45cm | H 96cm
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Every Uniqwa piece has a story…
Our range is largely individually, hand-made pieces. As the majority of our products are made from natural materials, elements such as texture, colour and pattern may vary piece to piece.
Reclaimed timbers, naturally weathered materials and off-cuts otherwise discarded are frequently part of Uniqwa design features. Over time, natural splitting, cracking and loss of natural oils may occur and form part of the characteristics and beauty of Uniqwa products. These are not viewed as imperfections or faults, rather part of the natural life and beauty of timber.
We believe the use of natural materials and hand-crafted elements result in a testament to the unique qualities found in materials originating from nature.