Lubéron - Solid Sheesham Wood and Slate Chopping Block Unit W95
Are you looking for an extra worktop for your kitchen? Discover the Luberon butcher block, the indispensable worktop for cutting meat and vegetables.
Reminiscent of an old butcher's block, this unit offers the beauty and durability of solid wood combined with a large work surface covered with an easy to clean slate worktop.
With its rattan baskets and drawers, the large chopping block features ample storage space.
Match the charm of this wood kitchen block with the Luberon buffet.
Wood in warm colors and wrought iron: a timeless combination for an attractive interior.
The golden shades and the grain of the sheesham are highlighted by a hand-applied stain, giving each piece a warm finish.
This range is a skilful blend of natural materials: natural slate for the butcher block and the dining table, and rattan for the hutch, butcher block and side tables.
Also known as Indian Rosewood, Sisu, Tahli, Tali or IruguduJava, Sheesham is a golden-coloured wood with touches of purple. It is hard-wearing, dense, natural and rustic and much liked for its warm colour. Because of their unique character, each piece of solid sheesham wood furniture may feature nuances in colour or irrgegularities which help to create the authentic result. Clean your furniture with a soft cloth or use a slightly damp, non-abrasive sponge if it's very dusty. Avoid direct exposure to sunlight and artificial sources of heat and air conditioning. Avoid placing hot dishes directly on your furniture.
|Dimensions (cm): Height85 x Width95 x Depth46|
|Weight (kg): 46|
|Main wood variety: Sheesham|
|Origin of main wood: India|
|Botanical name for main wood: Dalbergia Sissoo|
|Made In Inde|
Frame, panels, shelves and drawers: Stained solid sheesham (Indian rosewood) with glossy nitrocellulose varnish
Back and drawer bottom: medium density fibreboard
Bar: Patinated brass-plated iron
Shell drawer pulls: Metal with patinated brass finish
How to care for the slate top before use: masonry waterproofer. After use: linseed oil.
This product is recyclable. When it comes to the end of its useful life, remember to take it to a recycling centre.