Buddha Handcrafted Solid Wood Buffet Imbedded with Brass tiles in Natural Distress Finish


Need more storage space? This 2-door accent cabinet is here to help organize your dining room or living area. Buddha handcrafted solid wood buffet is made with reclaimed wood embossed with brass tiles, but what stands out most is the white-washed natural finish and brass tiles on door fronts that feature buddha accents for a bold boho look we love.

This solid wood buffet storage is made sustainably from reclaimed wood; we love reclaimed wood because the process diverts wood waste into new functioning space instead of, e.g., a landfill. In addition, recycling wood reduces deforestation as it demands relatively fewer resources than growing and cutting down living trees for timber. Finally, reclaimed wood furniture is more durable due to the old-growth wood used in its creation, and the timber's prior life makes it more robust.

H 104 x W 77 x D40

• Materials Used- Reclaimed Wood and Brass tiles
• Colour & Finish- Natural distressed Finish
• No Assembly Required
• 5 Years Limited Warranty (On Defects)
• Disclaimer: Handmade products can vary and carry small imperfections. These irregularities are intrinsic to the process of making products by hand and adds to the item's appeal. There may be slight variances in the products like shape/size/weight, even pin holes or pits or antique stains or soldering marks. These are acceptable hallmarks of handmade products. We suggest treating all decorative handmade products with care.

Keep your furniture piece in the family by following these tips:

• Dust regularly and avoid placing this beauty in direct sunlight — UV rays can cause fading and damage.
• Spills happen but be quick to remedy them. Use a soft, dry cloth to absorb liquids immediately.
• Choose your cleaning materials wisely. Don’t use abrasives, caustic cleaners, waxes, and polishes on the bone inlay surfaces.
• Use mats and coasters before keeping any hot or cold items on the wooden surface.
• Ensure that the furniture does not have any exposure to moisture and water to maintain its original quality.
• Keep sharp objects away from your furniture to avoid cuts and scratches.
• Don't drag the furniture to relocate it, as this might weaken the joints. Instead, lift the wooden furniture to move it.