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HU-849631213

The wood work with burma teak is very simple but very much alligned with the overall design. I really loved it. But if it is burma teak then it would have been a very costly design.

   
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sajedahk93

Really like the simple clean lines, however think that sofas could’ve been more comfortable

   
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sumitachoudhury

could have used cushions on the sofas

   

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