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A Modular Console Table Iggy: Versatile Piece for Your Entryway

Iggy is a modular console table for the entrance hall or corridor which you can adjust according to your needs, either you want to drop your keys or decorate it with a vase, it works for all. Designed by Luca Longu for Formabilio, the console table comes with sliding wood boxes that can be moved around or adjusted easily to accommodate your stuff as you enter the house.

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The solid spruce boxes are provided with notches, that let you place them at different heights. Isn’t it nice to be able to change it up every time you feel you need an update? You can use different decorative pieces and completely transform this console table.

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The philosophy of the Italian- based design studio Formablio : “We ask our designers to think green, proposing innovative, eco friendly and recyclable products”. Not only it is eco friendly but also very beautiful and great for your interior.

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Merging tradition with innovation, groundbreaking label Formabilio works with young designers to bring their creations to the world stage, and it’s no surprise that talented designer Luca Longu caught the label’s eye with the Iggy Table. An innovative approach to the console table with two moveable storage modules, the Iggy’s walnut and spruce pine wood construction stakes a striking and geometrical presence in living rooms and entrances, with a blend of inviting hominess and arresting, contemporary aesthetics.

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