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Ochre releases latest designs at Maison & Objet Paris

by Sophie Cullen on Mar 2, 2016 in Products
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UK-based product design company Ochre has recently released its latest additions to the family

The firm has added multiple new products to its range, all showcasing the hand crafted finishes and subtle glamour that it has become known for.

An oval interpretation of the firm’s popular whippet, willow is a dining table complete with granite grey steel legs and polished plaster top.

Willow dining table

Willow dining table

New members to the sable family of seating are crafted in fine Italian leather and feature hand sewn pinched seams and scalloped corner details. The sable stool is offered in four heights and is complete with brass foot bar.

sable bar stool set

Sable bar stool

In lighting the celestial pebble collection has expanded to include a wall light. The organic glass form is juxtaposed with bold patinated bronze or satin nickel fittings designed to illuminate every space.

Celestial pebble

Celestial pebble

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