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Imagined and designed by Adrien Carvès from the Studio de Design Habitat, Rita brings color to your interiors. This range of furniture features a two-tone design with natural oak and orange. It revisits the 70s with its playful and airy allure.

The Rita low sideboard has two doors and an open space to optimize your living spaces. As a TV cabinet or as a storage unit, it finds its perfect place in your living room or dining room.

The Rita sideboard offers a nice play of contrast with its bright and warm colors.

Love design, our selection to put heart in your interior
Why you are going to love it?

70's-inspired furniture
In natural two-tone oak and orange
Design by Adrien Carves


Data sheet

160 CM
45 CM
67 CM

Top: varnished oak veneered particleboard
Structure: varnished solid oak (frame), varnished oak veneered particleboard and particle board veneered with painted medium density fibreboard (MDF)
Doors: varnished oak veneered particleboard (front ) and particle board veneered painted medium density fibreboard (MDF) (back)
Orange bottom panel: painted medium density fibreboard (MDF)
Bottom panels: particle board with lacquered oak veneer
Orange shelf: fiberboard medium density (MDF) painted
Shelves: particle board with varnished oak veneer
Base: solid varnished oak

Care instructions:
Dust regularly with a dry cloth.
Clean with a soft, damp cloth. Then wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
Soak up spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth.
In order not to damage the surface, it is recommended not to place a hot or humid object directly on it. Do not use magazines or newspapers as a trivet. The ink used may leave marks that can permanently stain the surface of the furniture. To avoid the appearance of marks, do not leave any object stationary for more than 2 months.
Avoid placing this furniture in the immediate vicinity of a radiator or air conditioner. Heat and humidity can cause cracks or deformation.
The use of special products for furniture is not recommended or even necessary. Clean the veneer with a soft, damp cloth. Then wipe with a dry cloth.
To avoid scratches, do not use a recurring sponge or grain detergent.
Do not use any abrasive product.
Maintain with movements in the direction of the wood fibers.

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