Estelle desk

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Product description

Presenting a modern twist on a retro Scandinavian design, the Estella desk is the statement piece that your home office has been crying out for. Brought to life by Danish designers Avalona the top of this stunning desk option is finished in a beautiful yet hard wearing matt white lacquer.

Supported by distinctive solid Ash legs this desk includes three ample sized drawers that will provide an abundance of storage space for stationary and other office essentials. Featuring striking cut out handles these drawers also add to the designer feel the desk exudes.

In their native Scandinavia Avalona have evolved into a leading global supplier of contemporary furniture. Based in Denmark they pride themselves on producing a wide range of high quality furniture at an affordable price.

Material: Matt lacquered wood and solid Ash

Assembly: Basic assembly required

Size: H 75.00cm x L 140.00cm x W 60.00cm

Product code:PT68512-KAL
Size:h 75.00cm x l 140.00cm x w 60.00cm
Wood tones:ash (wood)
Colour tones:white

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Highlands/Islands of Scotland £50.00

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