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Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Small Side Table, Smoke
Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Small Side Table, Smoke

Ideal for the modern home, this contemporary side table features glass panels that join at right angles to create an unusual, warm effect, while the translucent panels overlay creating darkening shades. The top and base panels have a curved edge, made from tempered glass, which mean the table can withstand the demands of family life, and is finished with a handy division inside, which can be used to display objects, or store books and magazines. Matthew Hilton worked as an industrial designer and model maker until 1984 when he set up his own design studio/workshop. Two years later he launched a series of shelves at the Milan Furniture Fair, and in 1991 he designed the Balzac Armchair, which was embraced as a modern classic. Since then, Hilton's work has taken on a less stylistic, more functional approach. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops.Terms and conditions apply: find out more .

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Matthew Hilton Coniston large round mirror
Matthew Hilton Coniston large round mirror

Named after Coniston Water in England's Lake District, this round mirror designed by Matthew Hilton and manufactured by De La Espada features a walnut wood frame that resembles the land encircling the reflective lake. The CNC machined joinery invented by Hilton himself increases the bond between long grains, achieving greater stability and style.

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Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Large Side Table, Smoke
Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Large Side Table, Smoke

Ideal for the modern home, this contemporary side table features glass panels that join at right angles to create an unusual, warm effect, while the translucent panels overlay creating darkening shades. The top and base panels have a curved edge, made from tempered glass, which mean the table can withstand the demands of family life, and is finished with a handy division inside, which can be used to display objects, or store books and magazines. Matthew Hilton worked as an industrial designer and model maker until 1984 when he set up his own design studio/workshop. Two years later he launched a series of shelves at the Milan Furniture Fair, and in 1991 he designed the Balzac Armchair, which was embraced as a modern classic. Since then, Hilton's work has taken on a less stylistic, more functional approach. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops.Terms and conditions apply: find out more .

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Matthew Hilton for Case Cross 6-Seater Round Dining Table, Oak
Matthew Hilton for Case Cross 6-Seater Round Dining Table, Oak

Far from being a shrinking violet, this sizeable contemporary dining table puts the conversation at the centre, making those meals with friends even more of an occasion. Timeless and reliable, this piece distills the modern principles of design and effortlessly fits in your home. Expertly crafted from solid oak, this large dining table features chamfered edge detail, with a central pedestal-style base, and is finished with a clear lacquer that requires minimal maintenance, and allows the natural warmth of the wood to come though. Matthew Hilton worked as an industrial designer and model maker until 1984 when he set up his own design studio/workshop. Two years later he launched a series of shelves at the Milan Furniture Fair, and in 1991 he designed the Balzac Armchair, which was embraced as a modern classic. Since then, Hilton's work has taken on a less stylistic, more functional approach. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops.Terms and conditions apply: find out more .

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Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Glass Coffee Table, Smoke
Matthew Hilton for Case Lucent Glass Coffee Table, Smoke

Ideal for the modern home, this contemporary coffee table features glass panels that join at right angles to create an unusual, warm effect, while the translucent panels overlay creating darkening shades. The top and base panels have a curved edge, made from tempered glass, which mean the table can withstand the demands of family life, and is finished with a handy division inside, which can be used to display objects, or store books and magazines. Matthew Hilton worked as an industrial designer and model maker until 1984 when he set up his own design studio/workshop. Two years later he launched a series of shelves at the Milan Furniture Fair, and in 1991 he designed the Balzac Armchair, which was embraced as a modern classic. Since then, Hilton's work has taken on a less stylistic, more functional approach. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops.Terms and conditions apply: find out more .

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Matthew Hilton for Case Cross Side Table, Oak
Matthew Hilton for Case Cross Side Table, Oak

Ideal for complementing sofas and armchairs, this side table's simple silhouette and compact footprint make it great for small spaces. Expertly crafted from solid oak, this modest side table features a base with a chamfered edge detail, and is finished with a clear lacquer that requires minimal maintenance, and allows the natural warmth of the wood to come through. Matthew Hilton worked as an industrial designer and model maker until 1984 when he set up his own design studio/workshop. Two years later he launched a series of shelves at the Milan Furniture Fair, and in 1991 he designed the Balzac Armchair, which was embraced as a modern classic. Since then, Hilton's work has taken on a less stylistic, more functional approach. Please note: not all our ranges are on display in our shops. For more information, please speak to a furniture Partner in store, or call 03452 661805 and we can tell you where the range you'd like to view is on display. 0% APR Representative: this product is eligible for Interest Free Credit, available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Call 03456 065019, or visit our shops.Terms and conditions apply: find out more .

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