The elegant Harringay Reclaimed Wood Desk / dressing table features three drawers for storage and plenty of workspace. Our Reclaimed Wood Harringay Collection oozes urban elegance.Sturdy and versatile with enough rustic charm to soften the industrial edge, creating charming furniture that would suit any home.The distressed, powder coated steel frame ensures an attractive matt finish, which combines beautifully with the solid reclaimed rough sawn wood.Featuring a stylish cross design in the frame, these pieces will be a focal point in any room.As each item in the range is built using a unique blend of reclaimed timbers and then hand finished by skilled craftsmen, every piece is truly individual. Natural characteristics of the reclaimed wood will feature, such as nail holes, timber strap marks, shade variances and textured surfaces.The wood is finished with a resilient satin lacquer which is hard wearing, yet enhances and highlights the unique imperfections such as knots and grain patterns in the timber.One large and two small drawers offer plenty of storage.The desk is delivered fully assembly.Distressed knobs match the matt steel frame.Comes with a FIVE YEAR warranty against all manufacture related issues. not given Reclaimed wood
Best Price: £610.00 from Not On The High Street
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