Lyon Chic Corner TV Unit

W: 100cm x D: 45cm x H: 70cm
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NR-CTV
£239.99

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The stunning white painted Lyon Chic Collection is quite simply a joy to behold. Perfect if you’re looking to inject a bit of country style in to your home or apartment, each item features a smooth, crisp white paint that combines beautifully with the lime-washed oak tops and subtle brass-effect knobs. Reminiscent of provincial French furniture, trumpet legs are a feature of Lyon Chic and provide a unique twist to an already exciting, contemporary collection. It would be remiss of us not to mention the stunning oak tops that can be found on each and every item. These tops feature a distinctive flag-pattern wood grain that’s sure to delight all who see it.p>

Free 2-Man Delivery This item is eligible for our FREE Standard 2 Man Delivery service. Don’t worry, we don’t just put the item on your doorstep and walk off, we will take the item to the room of your choice to save you the hassle. The lead time for our 2 Man Service for the majority of the UK is 5-10 days with 95% of our deliveries being completed in less than 1 week. Once receiving your order we will be in touch within 24 hours to provide an approximate delivery date.

No Assembly Required One of the many great features of this item is that it arrives fully assembled, so you're able to enjoy your new furniture straight away. Completely hassle-free.

Pine Frames Pine is often used for painted furniture as it's easy to paint and stain and produces a nice, smooth finish. Often associated with country and provincial furniture, pine has been used for centuries for the aforementioned qualities as well as its durability.

Oak Tops Oak tops simply exude style and sophistication. They really add to the aesthetics of an item, producing a fashionable appearance.

Trumpet Legs A turned leg that flares outwards from a narrow base, at a glance the leg resembles a trumpet, hence the name. Typical of Baroque furniture, trumpet legs have been commonplace for centuries.