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Wanting to update the look of our office in a way that was also practical, we looked for a company that could build us the perfect, one-of-a-kind desk. When coming across Jerker Inredning & Form, we knew it was a perfect match!

The hand made table is completely made from beautiful pine plywood that has been treated with environmentally friendly, white-pigmented hard wax oil from Osmo. The clever design features a 420x120cm top and comfortably fits 8 people. Every station has an integrated cabinet with a matching front that fits all your essentials. Wanting to eliminate all visible cords as well, all electronics has been hidden underneath, with three subtle outlets in the tabletop center. The end result is a clean and uniform looking work desk with a highly contemporary feel.

The Swedish cabinetmaker Jerker Inredning & Form is located in Malmö, and delivers to the whole of Sweden as well as Denmark. The company is made up by three young and innovative craftsmen, specialized in interior design and high-quality woodworks. They are especially good at making unique and customized tables and bookshelves—completely according to your personal needs and preferences. You can also buy their handmade, ready-to-order furniture in their online store. Check it out here!

Follow them on Instagram for some serious interior inspiration! @jerkerinredning

Paulina and Matilda made the table by hand in the Malmö studio.

Office photos: Pauline Suzor
Studio photos: Tobias Widman

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