frame console / small desk
frame console / small desk

    frame console / small desk

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    please call us to discuss this product further on +612 9211 5959. we have found that email is not successful in getting the correct message across to you, so please do not email us with price requests. you need to call us at your convenience instead so that we can have a conversation. 

    * small desk available to view in our surry hills showroom. the frame console is made to order. 


    - original design by ross longmuir 2004
    - solid engineered australian hardwood displayed in spotted gum with solid edging and veneer internals
    - mitred corners
    - concealed full width drawer
    - also available at desk height 

    suggested sizes:

      height width length                                                               
    console 820mm 450mm 1200mm
    desk 725mm 500mm 1200mm

    we would love to speak to you about your furniture needs. planet has a range of standard furniture items, and we also offer a full design service. please contact us to discuss pricing, timber colour options and the advantages of our joinery. we feel that nothing beats a showroom visit to experience the quality of our pieces first hand. our cabinetmakers are highly skilled at timber selection and grain matching and spend considerable time ensuring that each piece is carefully matched to your request.

    we love to build in spotted gum, as it is incredibly dense and hard wearing, and is naturally available in a range of colours, from occasionally pale golden through to occasional rich dark nutty brown. we can source it locally so it has greatly reduced “carbon miles” and most importantly we can ensure that it is certified sustainably grown. solid timber develops a rich surface over time, called patina. with care, this will ensure that your furniture will improve with age. we use the best possible lacquers that resist moisture, abrasion, household chemicals and heat.

    click here to view our furniture care instructions

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