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The Poker Dining Table/Lee J Rowland

Autor // jessica zannoriPosted in // Design


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As technology evolves so amazingly fast, the same thing happens with the lifestyle. The days when all you had to have at home was a simple table, some chairs and a bed to sleep at night are over. Today, people need something more and feel at home in your own home. The space they have is however limited. So with dual function pieces of furniture are highly prized. Here we have a luxury dining table that in a few moments, can be transformed into a poker table top class. It is an excellent

way to save space and, at the same time, to add some fun into your home. I don't know how many women would have a poker table in their home. But thanks to this ingenious design of Lee J Rowland We can no longer argue.

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