Hardy Desk, Oak
This elegant and compact solid oak desk will fulfil all your home office needs. A single drawer will keep the desk top tidy, whilst a handy shelf is a useful repository for your stationery.
Old Furniture, a poem by Dorset born Thomas Hardy, after which the range is named, is an ode to beauty of furniture being handed down the generations.
Two chair typologies from the 19th century, Thomas Hardy’s birth century, inspired the design of the original Hardy Chair that inspired the range: firstly the Captain’s chair, originally a low-backed wooden armchair and secondly the Smokers bow, a low back Windsor, often used in smoking rooms, public houses, barbers shops and cottages.
We like to think that David Irwin’s oak Hardy Desk has the same enduring quality.
Designed by David Irwin for Another Country
Free UK delivery over £1500
Eligible for return within 14 days
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Our mission is to be a responsible, purposeful and useful company that is fit for the 21st century, and our ambition is to sell our sustainably made furniture to as many people as possible.
To do this, we strive to strike the right balance between craft and industry.