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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished - details

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished - details

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished - details

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Classon Sideboard shown in black oiled walnut and ochre painted HDF mirror polished - details

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Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Jason Miller’s furniture for De La Espada is inspired by the housing trend currently prevalent in Brooklyn, where 100-year-old brownstones, originally built as single family homes then converted into apartment buildings, are being converted back into single family homes. Many of these buildings still retain original details such as ornate fireplaces, moldings and woodwork, but are in need of renovations, creating an interesting juxtaposition of old and new design. Jason Miller’s product line captures this juxtaposition of time, purpose, and aesthetics.

Size

W213.5 × D59.8 × H71 cm
W84 × D23 1/2 × H28 ”

Specification

Available in American black walnut, American white oak, or European Ash in a range of finishes; with painted HDF, mirror-polished or matte, in colours black RAL 9005, white RAL 9016, bone NCS S1005-Y20R, bordeaux NCS S6030-R10B, or ochre NCS S 4040-Y20R. Legs and door pulls in brass.  Click on 'Materials' in the left hand menu for further information.