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£319 319.00 £

Typical high street  £995*

Fine Form

The Fonteyn Desk is elegantly balanced, with slender, tapered legs and gracefully curved edges. Ideal as a retro style work station.

Striking Contrast

The rich walnut brings classic glamour, beautifully offsetting the warm oak. Perfect for compact spaces. Subtle detail adds style.

Perfectly Made

Despite its refined looks, this is a sturdy and stable piece. Made from solid oak with thick oak and walnut veneer. Finished in clear lacquer.

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Product Dimensions
General Dimensions L90 x D50 x H75cm
Storage Dimensions Drawers - W34 x D37 x H5cm
Packaging Dimensions 102.5 x 62.5 x 30cm
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Product Details
Materials Engineered wood with thick oak veneer, walnut veneered drawer fronts and solid oak legs
Finish Clear lacquer
Assembly Easy
Weight 23kg

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Questions about this product (5)

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Kathy, 16 Jul 2012

Are there any of your chairs in particular that fit under the Fonteyn desk?

Made Customer Services, 16 Jul 2012

The Fonteyn Desk is of a standard size and most of our chairs will fit well underneath it, but please do look into the product dimensions if you want to be sure.

Lynn, 17 Apr 2012

Is the Fonteyn Desk suitable for use as a computer desk?

Made Customer Services, 17 Apr 2012

The Fonteyn Desk makes an ideal computer desk, and is fully capable of accommodating any domestic computer.

Fiona, 21 Jan 2013

What is the difference between the console desk, desk and dressing table? Is the mirror standard or magnifying? Could you recommend a seat to go with this?

Made Customer Services, 21 Jan 2013

The only difference between the specification of the desk and the dressing table is the mirror that is attached to the dressing table. This mirror can be removed from the dressing table but would leave a hole where it screws in. The console desk is longer and has more drawers than the standard desk. We would definitely recommend the matching stool to go with these items.

Lynn , 9 Apr 2013

Can I use this as a computer desk? Would it hold the weight of an Imac for example?

Made Customer Services, 9 Apr 2013

This would make the ideal computer desk and would be suitable to hold the weight of a home computer or laptop.

Sara, 21 Nov 2012

How high and wide are the drawers? Do they go all the way back to the wall depth of unit?

Made Customer Services, 21 Nov 2012

The dimensions for the compartment in each drawer are are: W34 x D37 x H5cm. These do go about 3/4 of the way back into the dressing table itself.

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