Find your own quiet space, your own little corner of the world. Your own Nook, by Australian designers Nick Garnham and Rod Carlson.
December 3rd, 2010
The spirited Nook lives by the Jardan hallmarks of simplicity and classic style. The inspiration comes from a mid-century heritage but completely re-interpreted to suit the modern Australian lifestyle.
Squared-off sides are complimented by an encompassing luxurious feather and down interior.
Using cutting edge foams and fibres whilst remaining true to Jardan’s environmental ethos, the Nook remains restrained letting you discover the details they’ve strived to include without compromise.
Nook showcases the latest in water-based finishes, sustainably sourced timber and one of the first closed circle furniture products in Australia.
Live large with their deep and angular deep versions adding that extra bit of drama to your open plan space.
The range is further enriched by our solid American oak side tables and maybe even a couple of cheekily coloured stools. Nook can be as relaxed or as formal when you need to be with so many variations on offer.
Available now through your designer, architect or any of Jardan’s agents both nationally or internationally.
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