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March 03, 2006

Legaré Modular, Flat Pack Furniture

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Legaré corners the market on high Flatpackdesk_1quality furniture that's as easy to assemble as it is to ship. Taking its cues from a minimal industrial modern, the simplicity of Legaré's designs leave you wondering only why someone didn't think of it sooner.

Flatpackfurniture_1We just recieved a model of their straight desk and peninsula. It took about a minute to assemble with no tools required. Granted this is a desk only a doll could use, but the same holds true for the company's human-sized products. Check out the pictures of our model compared to the real thing. Pretty good right?


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Hey, I have a Legare corner desk. For a small Manhattan apartment, it rocks. Couldn't ask for anything more except some drawers, but that's workable.

Posted by: Stas | Mar 5, 2006 2:18:49 PM

I also have a Legare corner desk, peninsula & bookcase set-up here at my 2 story loft in Austin. This is absolutely the best furniture in the world for setting up in an instant in tight spaces like my upstairs loft. I simply carried the panel components up my tiny spiral staircase and set-up my entire workspace area in less than 10 minutes!

Posted by: Steve Markwardt | Mar 5, 2006 2:38:20 PM

I am doing 2 dry rivers in my backyard the blue glass would glass might be what i am looking for.

Posted by: joe sarcia | Mar 12, 2006 10:31:52 AM

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