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Oak, brassica and white

Category: Favourite Things October 1st, 2012 by mbc

I think I keep harping on about this, but I love this colour, material and texture combination…

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  1. Simon Says:

    It is a great combination – the wood grain is pleasing to look at, I bet it smells good too.

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