Well customers, you don’t need to wait any longer. Our buying team took time out last year to revisit old haunts in Bali and the result in a selective, new range of root furniture items available from our Mumbles store on Newton Road.
The reason this furniture style is so eye-catching and popular among home owners, is because each single item is completely different from the next due to the unique properties of each set of roots that form the base of our tables and shelving units.
So let’s start with the magnificent big root dining tables, just like the one where guests sit on the Saturday Kitchen tv programme. We have only two of these in stock so if you’re looking for a completely unique and individual dining table, that will complement any style of dining chair, then you need to place your order now.
If you’re not ready to change your dining suite, then how about one of smaller, but equally attractive big root coffee tables. These are ideal to sit elegantly in the middle of your living room or to fill an empty alcove, adorned by one of our Far Eastern gift wear items including bowls, trinket boxes and the ever popular Buddhas and elephant ornaments.
These exquisite but practical coffee tables can also be complemented with a set of matching root shelving unit, which are also ideal for displaying family photos, certificates, trophies or any other internal decoration you may wish to show off to family and friends.
Add a root sculpture with moulded glass as the finishing touch for a truly Wow factor, guaranteed to impress your visitors and guests.
If roots aren’t your thing or you are simply looking for some stunning accessories to create a focus point in your home, then we have also introduced mirrored pots which range in size from 50cms up to 120cms, depending on the space you have available. These pots sit sophisticatedly on their own, in pairs or groups and are ideal for plants, artificial flowers, stem displays or even as an umbrella stand.
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