Sorio Quirky Reclaimed Wood Desk or Console Table with 2 Drawers

by Indian Hub
£627 £353.55
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Product description

The Sorio Quirky Reclaimed Wood Desk or Console Table with 2 Drawers is for you if quirky is your thing and you want your interior to truly stand out from the crowd! Hand crafted in India from 100% reclaimed wood, this eco-friendly workstation is as funky as it is versatile and will suit a wide range of modern interior styles.

Featuring two handy drawers, the fronts of which have differing finishes and handle styles, this is a beautifully intricate and detailed desk that will be a talking point in your home for years to come.

Material: Reclaimed wood
Assembly: No assembly required

Dimensions:
Height: 106cm
Width: 120cm
Depth: 60cm

Product code:S04
Size:h 90cm x w 120cm x d 60cm
Colour tones:reclaimed wood
Materials:wood
Weight:32kg
GTIN:5051132946488

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England and Wales - standard delivery FREE
Scotland - standard delivery £25.00
Scotland - special delivery £50.00

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About the brand

Indian Hub furniture is made in India, the home of a wonderful variety of traditional crafts. These carry with them centuries of skill that has woven magic into the motifs and designs used. The Diverse Indian Culture, Lifestyles, Traditions and Geographical Conditions, all contribute to the furniture and designs of Indian Hub.

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