BN SQart Managerial Veneer Tambour Cupboards

£1,017(ex VAT) £1,220.40(inc VAT)
Was £0(ex VAT) £0(inc VAT)
Product Code: 155047M
FREE Delivery & Installation to the UK Mainland.
Estimated Delivery: 30 working days
BN SQart Managerial Veneer Tambour Cupboards £1017 - Office Desks

BN SQart Managerial Veneer Tambour Cupboards Product Information


  • Designed for those who value comfort, individuality and a top standard of finish
  • Metal plinth bases are equipped with metal levelling feet.
  • Tambour doors are ideal where space is limited. Choose you colour and opening direction.
  • Equipped with locks and two folding keys
  • Doors slide on smooth aluminium slides
  • Available in 2 widths and up to 5 heights
  • Beech veneer stained to your desired colour with the exceptions of American Nut, Bamboo and Oak which are manufactured from their source materials
  • Coordinating range of storage and accessories available – see below
  • Manufacturers 5 year guarantee
  • Free delivery and installation - for a truly professional finish

Veneer colours shown are as accurate as possible, however, due to screen variations, we strongly recommend ordering a sample piece of your chosen wood veneer before ordering. This furniture is made to order especially for you and cannot be cancelled once ordered and is non returnable unless damaged or faulty.

The wood veneer is a natural material. It may include variations in shade and grading, especially when it relates to the wood grain and lighting angle. This furniture should be treated the same as real wood. As such, take care that all surfaces are protected from heat and liquids. Wipe up any spills straight away. Bear in mind that over time natural light will have an effect on the colour of real wood veneer and will mellow it. Real wood veneer will withstand most temperatures in the office or home however it’s best to avoid positioning furniture next to heat sources such as radiators, open fires etc.

Dimensions   mm 
Width   800, 1200 or 1600 
Depth   445 
Height   720, 765, 1117, 1469 or 1839