Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home
Glass Cabinet - Painted - Lisa Comfort Home

Glass Cabinet - Painted

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Our glass cabinet is manufactured in India from solid Mango wood. With two doors and two internal shelves it combines contemporary style with practical storage perfect for any room. Use it in your kitchen as a larder, in the sitting room as a bookcase or in the bathroom to store your products and towels; it's so versatile.

This glass cabinet is hand painted in any of our six Lisa Comfort Home paint colours. 

Your furniture will be hand painted to order by our in-house artist, Ada. We aim to paint your furniture within a week of receiving your order but sometimes, particularly during our busy periods, this may take up to 3 weeks.  

We also offer a distressed option for all our hand painted furniture. To create the distressed look we sand the edges of your piece to give it a lovely hand-worn look.

Lisa says: “I painted my cabinet in Teal and use it to store dinnerware and wine glasses in my cottage kitchen.” 

Measurements  - Height 110cm x width 80cm x depth 40cm (30/30.5cm between each shelf)

Materials - Our Sunburst Collection is made from mango wood grown in the Haryana region of India, produced as a byproduct of the mango food industry. Trees are harvested for timber when they no longer produce fruit. Mango is a strong densely grained hardwood, which can stand a lot of wear and tear but is soft enough to carve into intricate patterns. Please be aware that the mango wood grain for each piece of furniture will vary, creating the beautiful and unique look for each piece, no two are exactly the same. Mango wood is more affordable than many other hardwoods and, importantly, completely sustainable.