09 OCT 2012

Home Magazine | October 2012

Home Magazine is one of our favorite lifestyles magazines out there. They always get it right!

This fabulous editorial celebrates the subtleties which separate really good design from... well, the not so hot. Our sweet, little Jon Jansen oak side table is so petite, it sometimes get lost next to four seater sofas. However, here, against a backdrop of pale duck-egg blue, the beautiful lines and craftsmanship of this piece can truly be appreciated. It truly holds its own next to our iconic, woven Douglas Snelling chair. But that is not all... turn the page and there sits one of our sleek, Ercol, Quaker style dining chairs. Simple. Elegant. We love.

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