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Our new range of Lux storage furniture will add a classic yet contemporary touch to any sitting room, dining room or living room.
The simple design is finished in an ivory white matt lacquer with a warm walnut interior, legs and detailing and there are four internal storage compartments 2 of which have a removable glass shelf. We've sold this unit to customers to use for storing their dinner services or their DVD collection or even as a tall media storage unit with a TV atop. If using it as the latter there are several handy pre-drilled holes at the rear of the unit for power cables.
Specialising in the design and manufacture of contemporary furnishings, Gillmores collection of designer furniture celebrates the very latest British and International trends. A family run independent business who believes that affordability of design is the cornerstone of a brand alongside fast delivery and a friendly service – a little like ourselves!! Established in 2001 in London by Charles Gillmore it quickly established a reputation as a key supplier to the show home and property rental markets and through this soon gained friendship and client loyalty that kept them through the early years, In 2006 the company relocated to the countryside in South Devon where Charles had grown up and during this time they managed to secure oversee procurement and quality control from Guangzhou, China where they set up another office.
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