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A coat storage programme with a small wall cupboard, a sideboard, a large cupboard, a wall mirror and various accessories.
Cabinet element surfaces: white painted MDF. Front panels printed with in choice of 3 graduated colours: light grey, blue or rose pink.
Interior fittings: large cupboard with 1 or 2 coat rails, shoe racks, scarf holder, shelf and fabric storage sacks; small cupboard and sideboard with 3 loose shelves; all in white painted MDF.
Wall mirror: large mirror, adjustable angle, back panel in brilliant yellow.
Accessories: wall-mounted coat storage element with mirror front and 3 concealed coat hooks; shelf with 3 concealed coat hooks in white powder coated metal; back panel in brilliant yellow. Message board and miniature mirror in white powder coated metal (alternatively in brilliant yellow or brilliant red). Set of 5 powder coated metal wall hooks in four shades of grey and 1 hook in either brilliant blue, brilliant red or neon yellow.
The FLARE coat storage programme consists of a small wall cupboard, a sideboard, a large cupboard, a wall mirror, a wardrobe element, a small mirror, a message board and wall hooks.
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