22 JAN 2018

Modulo Range – New from Ercol

Ercol's 2017 Range, which debuted at Milan's Salone del Mobile, reminds us once again why Ercol remains at the cutting edge of design.

The Modulo range is a highlight of the latest designs – a collection of contemporary modular, stackable cabinets with a highly refined form in solid oak. The offering also includes a standalone long, low sideboard. Each offers finely grooved front panelling, dovetail joinery and flexibility to customise the products with a black or chestnut exterior finish.

Each piece maintains the company's commitment to craftsmanship and celebrating the beauty of natural timbers. We love the way the designs perfectly capture the essence of Ercol's 90-year history, while remaining forward focused and contemporary.

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