Tilden Étagère, Black
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Tilden Étagère, Black

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Est. Arrival: Jul 27 - Aug 06
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Why we love this

Showcasing stunning latticework and a black finish, this étagère is crafted of rattan with rawhide bindings for added strength and textural contrast. Its large proportions and four wooden shelves offer a wealth of space for books, accents, small plants, and more. An anti-tip kit is included to secure this piece to the wall and prevent tipping.

Care: Clean with a non-silicone-based furniture polish monthly. Do not spray the polish directly onto the furniture.
Color: black
Dimensions: 40"W x 18"D x 88"H
Made Of: rattan/rawhide bindings/wood
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77552365
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jul 27 - Aug 06
HOME DELIVERY: Additional shipping fee applies. Learn More
RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
David Francis is a master at blending exotic materials such as rattan, abaca, lampakanay, and bamboo with more-traditional materials like mahogany and cherry. His furniture is beautifully made and exudes a profound sense of history yet manages to be utterly timeless as well.
Why we love this

Showcasing stunning latticework and a black finish, this étagère is crafted of rattan with rawhide bindings for added strength and textural contrast. Its large proportions and four wooden shelves offer a wealth of space for books, accents, small plants, and more. An anti-tip kit is included to secure this piece to the wall and prevent tipping.

About the Brand
David Francis is a master at blending exotic materials such as rattan, abaca, lampakanay, and bamboo with more-traditional materials like mahogany and cherry. His furniture is beautifully made and exudes a profound sense of history yet manages to be utterly timeless as well.