'Handsome, solidly built cabinets like this were a fixture in early 20th-century general stores, where their bins held grains and other provisions.
-Handcrafted from unfinished salvaged pine timbers from 100-year-old buildings in Great Britain
-Detailed with paneled sides and doors, and bracketed feet
-Topped with pine
-Dovetailed drawers feature a soft-close glides
-Vintage-style brass bin pulls
-Visible knots, cracks and nicks in the wood's surface are a testament to its previous use
-The rough-hewn planks are hand planed, lightly hand sanded and left unfinished to reveal their unique character
-By their nature, salvaged wood planks may be somewhat uneven and may cup or bow over time due to changes in temperature or humidity
-For normal daily care, wipe with a clean, dry cloth. Wipe spills up immediately with a dry cloth.
-Use of tablecloths, placemats and coasters is recommended to prevent staining'
The description of this kitchen island taken from the original site.
180cm L x 81cm W x 91cm H
In archive with OBJ and FBX you will find the file 'Kitchen Island.mat' which is necessary to load and use in open FBX and Obj files. There are 6 materials in material library for elements that was attached. They are named easily to understand for using.