SKU: F816Categories: Desk, Dressing Table, Furniture Set I'M INTERESTEDOur prices are excluded VAT, because taxation process depends on your country. Please write us for international shipping quotes, we ship our items worldwide and we always look for the lowest delivery option. Don't hesitate to ask us for additional photos and info!
Amazing Danish armchairs, the solid wood parts are completely restored. The original purple upholstery needs to be changed, but this is also included in our price. (We have a wide range of lovely, high quality fabrics, you can choose your favourite one.)
Prices are per piece.
Dimensions: 68 x 72 x 70 cm
This elegant little lamp is basically a table light, but it can be easily turn to a wall lamp. We restored it perfectly, there is just one mark on the shade inside we couldn't remove.
Dimensions: height: 30 cm, shade: 15.5 x 10.5 cm
This is a rare occasion, we show something before restoration, a full set of the Hungarian designer Bedécs Sándor, student of Kaesz Gyula. It was re-upholstered a couple years ago with a decent Bronze velvet, the wooden parts are warm oak wood in nice condition. The sofa can be easily turn to a comfortable bed. The armchairs have amazing designs, both cosy and stylish.
Dimensions of the sofa: 202 x 75 x 88 cm, armchairs: 85x 71 x 75 cm
Slim oak desk from the sixties, survived serious damages. We restored it perfectly - included the little hideout on the top, where the former owner kept his or her secret microfilms. The oak veneer is strong and beautiful, and it has got a nice silky touch. Our favourite part of the veneer is on the top of the drawers, the pattern reminded us to jets of flame. The desk lost its knobs, so we replaced them and painted it to peach, perfect match with the oak, so we continued this coloured inside the drawers.
Dimensions: 125.5 x 74.5 x 60.5 cm
This small desk is a real treasure, with its elegantly slim black legs and teak veneers. We felt in love with the long handles as well, which we painted black to put them in the spotlight. Originally the top of the desk was a black glass top, but there used to be broken, so we cut a square shape glass from the original piece and we used it to create a practical top for the desk. We chose a warm and strong wooden veneer for the other part of the top, it feels so good to touch it!
<p class="p1">In the dark corner of a storage was hiding a very strange walnut box on four legs. Its top used to be completely replaced, because an old lady might keep her plants on it, and the pouring water destroyed its surface.</p>
<p class="p1">We decided to make something special, a small dressing table, yes, from the box. First of all we needed longer legs, because the old ones were to low to hold a table. We picked our favourite constellations from the star map, mixing with other belongings from world space, paying homage to the design world's fascination with space travel in the 1960s - and we printed them to the oak veneer of the new top. Naturally we replaced the mirror inside, which is the most important part of a beauty cabinet.</p>
<p class="p1">Dimensions: 55 x 78-119.5 x 45 cm, knee space: 64 cm</p>
Geniously simple beech dining set from the fifties. Watching rays of sunlight playing on walls and the furniture means for us happiness, so this lovely view inspired the painted motives on the chairs, extended with the warmth of some walnut coloured oil. We really like the meeting point of the walnut and yellow lines. They are a dining set, you can’t buy only one.
Dimensions: 78 x 43 x 45.5 cm, sh: 46.5 cm