This storage series is inspired by traditional carpentry, combining style and functions for today's urban lifestyles. Use it wherever you need storage ― and mix with other furniture for a personal look.
Delivery and assembly prices not included.Article number604.428.25
MRP Rs.27,983 (incl. tax)
A desk for drawing, studying, reading and doing hobbies that also fits in a small space.
Built-in cable management; keeps cables out of sight, but close at hand.
Extra storage space in the pull-out drawer underneath.
Its a beautiful study table,PrachiIts a beautiful study table, perfect for work from home setup. It has storage as well to keep your belongings inside which helps to keep your desk clean. Only downside i would see is the value for money hence giving 2 stars less3
Excellent furnitureNirupamaSimply loved assembling this furniture.
Compact, sturdy, stylish study table.5
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LOMMARP stands out – and blends in. The series has references to traditional carpentry, but I've also given it a modern touch to suit today's urban lifestyles. It's a little like that unique piece of furniture you’ve inherited from a family member, with distinct details and matte colours to add personality and character to the room. LOMMARP can be used anywhere in the home where you need storage, and the expressive yet clean design makes it easy to combine with other furniture.