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  • Artistkim artistkim

    I love this door desk, it was made out of a old door in italy. transformed into a wonderful desk.

  • Alina Hügel

    Recycling: old door as a work desk

  • Dan Taylor

    Dining Table meets Desk meets Vintage Door

  • Isabelle Billiet

    made with an old door, writing desk, working table and dining table for 8 persons

  • Delilah Davis

    Fancy - Indoor Table by Manoteca A vintage door transformed into a table or work station. The dual functionality of this is just genius. Manoteca mounted this door on a steel frame and hinged one side of it and added raw hide pockets to store tools when open. Measurements: Length 198 cm, Height 80 cm, Width 102 cm. Material: steel frame, wood table. Allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.

  • Sydney M. Luken

    This multifunctional table is made with recycled wooden doors and could be used as a desk if it's open or dining table for 8 people if closed. Designed by Manoteca.

  • T r u e · Passionista

    Recycling deluxe ~ Old DOORS table

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