Dining roomContemporary Dining Room, San Francisco
Extending table with steel legs and wooden board. Toledo Chairs by Jorge Pensi made of extruded aluminum. Tailor-made library, ceiling lamp Miss Sisi Santa & Cole. Floor of white lacquered oak wood aging.
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