Please Note ndash This is a heavy or large item and therefore postage will be pound19.95 and take between 10-14 days. . Oxford Dressing Table and Stool Set - amazing value. This traditionally stylish dressing table and matching stool comes from the Oxford collection. Oak-effect and light oak-effect finishes have a realistic textured look allowing you to give your space the sought-after rustic
With a fresh coastal feel, St Ives can best be described as the holiday range. Inspired by the charming seaside town on the edge of Cornwall, it is a collection characterised by clean edges, simple lines and panelled wood. The St Ives dressing table stool has been constructed from birch, oak and MDF, making it a durable and visually appealing piece that boasts a clean and classic aesthetic. An
The Hi Gear Stool/Table is a handy folding stool (or leg rest) that doubles as a low table with the addition of the hardy melamine/aluminium table top.Nice and lightweight, it packs away flat & neat when not in use.Max load: 75kg
Every girl wants to look her best. Even if popping to buy some cakes! A great little dressing table. Perspex unbreakable mirror. Includes the chair. Durable paint finish with no sharp edges. Bright, colourful and vibrant design. Every piece designed to represent part of a real Parisian patisserie shop. Perfect interaction furniture to help initiate role play and learning. Features: Unique Idea
Present flowers, photographs, or candles in your entryway or living room with this console table. Solid poplar construction is finished with pine veneers that have a distressed look. Place decorations on the slatted lower shelf that stretches across the wide console table or the smaller shelf above it. Two spacious drawers with polished metal pulls open with ease for storage. Solid poplar
Quite simply in a field of its own. This wax jacket is built to face whatever Mother Nature throws its way. Full of well-designed details functional-features and crafted in hardwearing cotton wax supplied by our friends at Halley Stevensons in Scotland makers of weather-proof fabrics since 1864.