Win a Peel coat rack from The Earnest Workshop

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Peel coat rack from The Earnest Workshop.

Peel coat rack from The Earnest Workshop.

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Furniture designer and founder of The Earnest Workshop, Dan Gillingham, established his new brand on the philosophy that good things last. Reaffirming the value of craftsmanship, each item of furniture is individually hand-crafted, using time-honoured techniques.

The free-standing Peel coat rack is one of the first in The Earnest Workshop’s stable of hand-crafted designs. Constructed from just a single piece of timber, machined into three pieces, steam bent and then reassembled, this piece has contemporary style and ageless quality. 

Email urbiscomps@agm.co.nz with your name and contact details to be in to win a Peel coat rack, RRP$828.

The Peel Coat Rack is available for purchase through The Earnest Workshop, Simon James Design, Simon James Concept Store (230 Jervois Road, Herne Bay, Auckland), The Department StoreZohar GalleryBackhouse Interiors (Furniture and Lighting Showroom, 12, Kaiwharawhara Road, Kaiwharawhara, Wellington), McKenzie & Willis (Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin, Wanaka, Queenstown).


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