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Fall In Love With Autumn Shades

Fall In Love With Autumn Shades

  1. Oxley Nesting Coffee Tables

    Two for the price of one is unreal...but three for the price of one is a steal! Enjoy endless combinations with the Danish-designed Oxley Nesting Coffee Tables, which cleverly conceal two square tables beneath one larger rectangular piece - giving you side tables and a coffee table in one perfect package. 

    Made from sleek oak and steel, they mix Scandi and industrial style and pair beautifully with the Oxley dining table or Oxley writing desk. 

  1. Pierre Paulin Orange Slice Chair - Replica

    Designed in 1960 by innovative Frenchman Pierre Paulin, the Orange Slice chair shows its creator's attitude to furniture design. Paulin has been described as a 'joyful modernist', and is quoted as saying, "A chair should be more than simply functional. It should be friendly, fun and colourful'. Our Replica Orange Slice Chair is created from two identical shells of pressed beech, then covered with foam and upholstered with stain resistant New Zealand wool. This is a Matt Blatt replica of the original design.

  1. United Strangers Nordic Occasional Chair

    Giving a new lease of life to iconic mid-century style, the Nordic Occasional Chair from United Strangers is Scandi-style perfected, reflecting the clean lines and simple living of those stylish Nordic folks. Crafted from an original blend of solid FSC-certified American ash timber with a gorgeous green woven tanned vegetable-leather seat base, it combines the finest artisan craftsmanship with the latest radius cutting technology to create the ultimate statement chair. Pair with a blonde timber table and credenza for a dining zone to-die-for. 

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