Designed by Turner Pocock for Julian Chichester, this Bedside is a scaled-down version of the Jackson Desk, and also places emphasis on the practical demands of modern living. The design has ample storage including a spacious single drawer and a shelf beneath for plenty of books. The reeding detail provides interest through its decorative channels and ridges.
It is available in 3 contrasting finishes – Aged Mahogany with contrasting Black Vellum inlay, Light African Walnut with a contrasting High Gloss Jade Vellum inlay or Grey White Oak.
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Light African Walnut (LAW)
A lighter version of African Walnut. African Walnut, sometimes referred to as Amazaque, is a beautiful close grained, stable hard wood which has a finish somewhere between black walnut and Rosewood. The timber is finished in a high quality Tung oil.
Jade Shiny Vellum
Vellum is a natural skin with no two pieces exactly alike, therefore variation in shade and tone along with physical characteristics are inevitable and may change over time
Grey White Oak (GWO)
Variegated Black Vellum. Vellum is a natural skin with no two pieces exactly alike, therefore variation in shade and tone along with physical characteristics are inevitable and may change over time
A beautifully Aged Mahogany. Note, we use both Solid and Veneer depending on the location on a product and the product itself, e.g. For legs, spindles, arms and trims solid is used and for large surface areas veneer is applied. Solid combines thick wooden layers and may result in some surface checking
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