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Pink Giraffe console table with walnut top. #andnewfurniture www.andnew.co.uk  A Splash Of Colour

Pink Giraffe console table with walnut top. #andnewfurniture www.andnew.co.uk A Splash Of Colour

Limited Edition leather top Giraffe console table by &New www.andnew.co.uk #andnewfurniture

Limited Edition leather top Giraffe console table by &New www.andnew.co.uk #andnewfurniture

Steel furniture - Giraffe steel console table in red / &New - Modern British Furniture #andnewfurniture

Steel furniture - Giraffe steel console table in red / &New - Modern British Furniture #andnewfurniture

A pair of Zigzag trestle table legs powder-coated in orange. The legs are made in a fine solid steel bar, making them elegant and strong. Two fixin...

A pair of Zigzag trestle table legs powder-coated in orange. The legs are made in a fine solid steel bar, making them elegant and strong. Two fixin...

Paper white steel Study desk with OSB top for spring 2016. #andnewfurniture made in Britain.

Paper white steel Study desk with OSB top for spring 2016. #andnewfurniture made in Britain.

Leonard sideboard in pale grey. Birch plywood, powder coated steel & formica. #andnewfurniture

Leonard sideboard in pale grey. Birch plywood, powder coated steel & formica. #andnewfurniture

Leonard sideboard is minimal in design and beautifully hand made. It is a compact size to fit in most modern homes. Made of blond Birch plywood and varnished matt, the top is covered with a pale grey graphic Formica. The sideboard has sculptural steel legs, powder coated in pale grey. Leonard got his name from James Leonard the forward thinking post war designer of practical yet beautiful British school furniture.

Leonard sideboard is minimal in design and beautifully hand made. It is a compact size to fit in most modern homes. Made of blond Birch plywood and varnished matt, the top is covered with a pale grey graphic Formica. The sideboard has sculptural steel legs, powder coated in pale grey. Leonard got his name from James Leonard the forward thinking post war designer of practical yet beautiful British school furniture.

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