Serving Cart SM 135 by Skovby
Ready to round out your dining room? The SM 135 Serving Cart is the piece of furniture you didn't know you can't live without. Built to assist you in serving the dinner table, it can also function as a bar cart or decorative storage piece. Small footprint - big help.
- Has laminate surfaces to keep frequently used spots from showing wear
- Wheels are hidden as to not detract from the sleek form
- Storage includes a wine rack and closing compartment
- Comes with a small tray and cutting board made from leftover wood from Skovby factories
Overall Dimensions: 25.2" W x 15.7" D x 29.1" H
Product Weight: 18 lbs.
Lacquered or oiled wood?
Lacquered finishes require no maintenance. If you have kids, a full household, or just need a durable, easy finish, opt for lacquered.
Opting for an oiled finish means you need to maintain the finish by oiling your table every 3-6 months. The benefit of an oiled finish is that the wood grain looks more rich, and will be less affected over time by exposure to UV light.
The SM 135 Serving Cart is also available in other Oak and Black Oak finishes. These items are special order only and will have similar lead times to those shown on site. For information on ordering one of these finishes, contact our sales team at (800) 260-8420!
As a family owned company in Denmark, Skovby has a proud history spanning three generations. From a small workshop in 1933 to its position today as a worldwide supplier, Skovby has maintained the same standard of design plus functionality. From the drying of the raw timber and careful selection of veneers to the finished product, no compromise is made. The skills employed in the use of the natural timbers and the variations therein ensure the individuality of each finished piece.
For daily cleaning wipe down furniture with a damp, clean cloth, followed by wiping with a clean, dry cloth. Do not use abrasive cleaners. Repairs should only be carried out by a professional workshop.
Oil treatment enhances the natural variations of each unique piece of wood, and just as different parts of an item will absorb the oil differently, others may also dry out in a different place. Always clean the surface before treating the wood with oil - preferably using a damp cloth, and allowing approximately two hours to fully dry. Apply the oil directly onto the surface in an even, thin layer, and rub gently with an uncolored cloth. After 2-3 minutes, wipe off the surplus oil. Repeat this treatment 2-3 times a year, or whenever it's needed.