35 cm


25,5 cm


35 cm


Estimated delivery 20 days
Shipment 10 €

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Product description

The Winemate collection designed by d-Bodhi is the new revolutionary way to furnish the walls with bottle holders of various sizes.

The shelves are in selected solid reclaimed teak wood hand-worked combined with a matt black iron structure.

Available in five different sizes, Winemate creates infinite compositions that personalize the walls of any environment.

And to make the walls of the house even more functional, Winemate can be combined with the Shelfmate shelves or the Tabmate resealable table.

With four simple steps Winemate is ready, inside the box there is everything you need for assembly. Just choose the composition and that’s it.

The Winemate B bottle holder measures 35 x 25.5 x 35 cm, has two shelves and holds six bottles.

Also available:

Winemate bottle holder H: L 65 x D 25.5 x H 35 cm, 12 bottles

Winemate bottle holder C: L 50 x W 25.5 x H 35 cm, 8 bottles

Winemate bottle holder D: L 25 x W 25.5 x H 75 cm, 6 bottles, 6 glasses

Winemate bottle holder E: L 35 x W 25.5 x H 75 cm, 15 bottles

Product details

Winemate bottle holder B

Material: Reclaimed solid teak in original patina

Structure: Matt black iron

Dimensions: L 35 x D 25.5 x H 35 cm

Weight: 3.5 kg

Bottles 6

Suggested treatments

To maintain the beauty and shine of your furniture, dust them regularly with a soft, dry wool or cotton cloth.

We advise you to periodically spread beeswax on the wood surface, let it dry for at least a day, then rub with a soft and dry woolen cloth.

Avoid abrasive products and direct exposure to the sun and heat because sudden changes in temperature can cause deformations and cracks, do not place wet or hot containers on the wood because you risk leaving traces that are difficult to remove.

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