ReykjavikChest of drawers
Reykjavík, the capital of Iceland, is believed to be the location of the first permanent settlement in Iceland, which Ingólfur Arnarson is said to have established in AD 874. Until the 18th century, there was no urban development in the city location.
Made from ash veneer with steel legs, copper, bronze and brass drawers. The finish is 2 coats of hand rubbed citrus oil & beeswax. It is wonderfully smooth to the touch and looks fantastic. Sideboard Reykjavik is beautifully crafted and designed with you in mind. It is modern and it also has a modern twist to it as well. You will enjoy all the space that our sideboard has to offer, but what you will enjoy the most is the modern style. If you looking for an amazing piece to add to your home, this is it.
A modern piece of art which is created to make sure that you can see Iceland through our eyes.
W100cm x D30cm x H92cm
L39.4inch x W11.8inch x H36inch
Ash veneer/ Legs (steel) , copper, bronze and brass drawers
Body tinted with acrylic paint, citrus oil & beeswax
6 Soft close drawer glides. Copper, bronze and brass drawers. All drawers are stained red inside!
Made to order
Light assembly required
Request custom size
Completely handmade and inspired by Iceland.
Designer: Renats Kotlevs
Designed in Iceland and made at our workshop in Latvia/Northern Europe
Unless otherwise specified, our quotations also include shipping costs. These are calculated according to the place of delivery and the bulk of furniture selected. The offer can include duties and taxes depending on the destination.
Order processing will be as follows:
- 6-8 weeks for the MANUFACTURE of the furniture: from the order confirmation until the goods are available in our warehouse (August and December excluded);
- 1 week for QUALITY CONTROL: at this stage we verify product compliance with the order, integrity of the goods and prepare items for shipping to the specified address;
- 1 week for DELIVERY in European Union Countries;
- 2-5 weeks for DELIVERY in non-European Union Countries.