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Swing table

By Duffy London. Photography Tom Oxley.

We have seen it in the bathroom - floating vanities and shelves, as well as wall-hung toilets and towel rails - and the hanging concept is now making its way into all living spaces.

Bringing the family together at meal times could never be more fun. The swing table brings many benefits to the home or work place. Whether for the dining room in the home, or a seating place for meetings or brainstorming - it will bring the best out of people through the playful swinging seats. It is also great from a visual perspective, as it makes a space look clear and minimal with little clutter on the ground.

All information is believed to be true at time of publishing and is subject to change.

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