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Recycled Pine and Anthracite Blue Stone Centre Island Copenhague kitchen

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Description

This product is made of reclaimed wood, giving a second life to raw materials!

To create a warm and friendly atmosphere in your kitchen area, take a look at the COPENHAGUE central island. This recycled pine kitchen unit has an ample work surface in blue stone for all your culinary creations. This kitchen central island is a user-friendly space that you can pair with high chairs, and also conceals storage with two glass doors on one side and two full doors on the other side.

This product belongs to the range Copenhague kitchen

Product

Product
Ref.: 121780
Dimensions (cm): Height85 x Width150 x Depth80
Weight (kg): 129
Main wood variety: Pine
Botanical name for main wood: Pinus Spp.
Origin of main wood: China
2 sections to be assembled

Additional information

Frame, sides and drawers: reclaimed pine with greyed finish
Base panels: plywood
Counter top: anthracite blue stone
Doors (2 full, 2 glazed): reclaimed pine, metal and 4 mm tempered glass
Handle: antique metal finish
Adjustable legs allowing you to adapt the height of your kitchen units.

Chinese bluestone is a compact, dark dolomite limestone. It is characterised by irregularities in its appearance as well as more or less numerous white veins that can cover the length of the tops. They have no effect on its resistance. In spite of its natural qualities, the stone remains porous and must therefore be looked after over time.

Maintenance advice: the stone is supplied with a water-repellent treatment and must be cleaned every day, just with a barely damp cloth. It is advisable to avoid the use of detergents and abrasive products as far as possible because they may damage the protective surface. Also, avoid splashes of acidic foodstuffs such as lemon juice, vinegar and tomatoes... which may leave marks. Oils, soft soap and turpentine must be avoided at all costs. After a few years, depending on the intensity of use, apply a water-repellent smoothing product and/or an oil-repellent product which will make it less porous. Please refer to the product manufacturer's recommendations. In the event of stubborn stains or clogging, you should first remove the grease from your stone and then apply a water-repellent product. These products are easy to find in DIY stores. Make sure you always test the product first on a less visible area. Use a trivet to stand your hot dishes and saucepans to avoid any thermal shock. If you're using a waterproof seal between your kitchen tops, test the product first in a non-visible area to ensure that the product does not seep into the stone.

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This product is recyclable. When it comes to the end of its useful life, remember to take it to a recycling centre.

As a member of the 1% For The Planet programme, Maisons du Monde donates 1% of revenue made from furniture, including traceable or recycled wood and eco-designs, bearing this logo to environmental charities.

This product is made of reclaimed wood, giving a second life to raw materials!