Custom Designs philosophy is to achieve business through product and service success, with a responsibility to social and environmental friendly practices to every product we design and manufacture. It is an integral part of our company's values and one of the main reasons for our success over the past 24 years.
The New Milan Reference 10 Hi-Fi Furniture Range have been introduced by Custom Design as a result of our customers requests. Customers perceptions of Hi-Fi furniture are changing, design is becoming ever more important, contemporary more than accessory, even more important than performance in some circumstance. That is why the New Milan Reference 10 Hi-Fi 4 Range have been designed as a piece of furniture, then with the 24 years of experience and knowledge the details added to enhance the Milan Reference 10 Hi-Fi 4 Range acoustically to the highest standards without compromise.
The Milan Reference 10 Hi-Fi Furniture Range are manufactured from Solid Oak, Walnut and Ash hardwoods. The hardwoods are harvested from professionally managed, sustainable forests where more trees were planted than harvested in the last 30 years.
Custom Design use at least 80% recycled cardboard for packaging and 100% of the cardboard packaging can be recycled.
The 10mm glass shelves are manufactured to EN 12105-02, toughened with polished edges and available in Clear or Black finish. The hardwood and glass shelves can support 50kg per shelf and a discrete radius front edge provides the Milan Reference 10 Hi-Fi Range with another distinctive design feature.
All of the Milan Reference Hi-Fi 4 Range have standard spacing of 150mm. A 200mm shelf spacing are available as a £40 optional extra. Please visit our Colour swatch page for more information on finishes.
H x W x D 640mm x 570mm x 400mm
10mm shelves - 50kg Maximum weight
Standard Shelf Spacing - 150mm
Shelf Spacings Available - 150mm or 200mm ( 200mm spacing £40 extra per shelf ).
Internal width 480mm
Glass finish available Clear Hardwood finishes available include: Walnut or Black