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uByld Twig is super easy and you'll have it built and proudly ready in under 20 fun filled minutes. Look out for our instructions in your DIY furniture kit
uByld Twig - Is a simple decor wall shelf made with upcycled pine wood beams of 1.25" thickness. Twig is called so because it reminds us of an abstract version of a twig from a branch.
uByld Twig can be a decor piece on its own or as a minature shelf to display tiny curios.
DIY (Do It Yourself):
Twig is our easiest Do It Yourself (DIY) kit yet! With just four components, it's intutive and is perfect for the beginner DIYer. Makes for a great quirky affordable gift. Can be built in less than 20 fun filled minutes
See Size chart as below
DESIGN CREDIT: Off the vast pinterest community
COLOR: Twig here in the picture is done in a Light Walnut color in a matte finish. We have over 8 other beautiful wood stains and several dual tone combinations available. Choose the RAW variant if you'd like to paint or decoupage it on your own
Whats in my DIY Kit?
Everything you'd ever need to 'byld' Brooklyn:
Pre-drilled and finished wooden components that are marked with helpful cue stickers
Friendly instructions in color
A smart link to an online 3D model that would help you visualize Twig in 3D
- DIY Kit is delivered across India
- Pre-assembled Twig is delivered only in Bangalore
- Cash on Delivery Available
- Time to deliver 10-12 working (Mon-Fri) days
WHAT IS UPCYCLED PINE WOOD :
Upcycling is a process where objects/material is reused to create a product of higher value and quality.
Upcycled pine wood is a pine wood handpicked from european pallets - planed, sanded and hand crafted to a beautiful designer furniture that lasts forever. Pine wood is a beautiful weather resistant wood that has beautiful character with rich grains and knot wood.
Upcycled pine is a great choice for the environment conscious buyer - using upcycled wood furniture reduces de forestation, cutting down of plantation and fruit orchards. It's a beautiful way to have beautiful sustainable furniture at your home ?