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Tom Schneider Atlas Console Table

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Product description

The Tom Schneider Atlas Console Table provides function as well as a unique aesthetic to any interior space. Created with a high quality wooden base, it features amazing and distinct curves that allow it to instantly stand out from the room.

Poised beneath the outstretched curved arms of the base is a durable piece of glass top. Perfect for lamps, vases and more, it infuses the artistic beauty of the base with a more functional, modern touch.

Materials Used: Glass, Wood
High quality craftsmanship
Waisted design
Distinctive curves

Height: 74 cm
Width: 120 cm
Depth: 36 cm

Product code:ATL0200
Dimensions:h74cm w120cm d36cm
Wood tones:oak (wood), walnut (wood), wenge (wood)
Colour tones:brown/beige
Materials:wood, glass
Made to order:Yes

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About the brand

Tom Schneider, a British designer, put together his initial furniture collections in 1996.

Each collection is individually made by hand by a team of skilled and experienced craftsmen. Using modern methods with established techniques, materials are sculpted into Tom's signature elegant curves and flowing lines.

Simply choose the style, materials and dimensions you require, and they will produce your desired item using the finest veneers to the standards you would expect.

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