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life's simple pleasures, such as being able to sit around the dinner table and share a good meal with loved ones. We chose to support Feeding America because it does such great work to help end hunger and poverty, a cause close to our hearts and aligned with OKA's spirit and family values. While we're still new in the US, we are very proud to see our OKA family has helped us get halfway to our $21,000 goal through donations, and OKA will continue to match their donations until we reach our target together. OKA's new living room collection The OKA lOOK. For me, the wonderful thing about OKA is that there's no set look. I admire all kinds of tastes. The english have always been very good at creating homes to be lived in and enjoyed. I never approve of putting things away to be "saved for best." OKA has a distinct aesthetic that comes from years of traveling, watching how people of different cultures live, understanding what our customers want (sometimes even before they know it themselves), and not being afraid to try new things. That's where we like to push the boundaries. BrITISh InvASIOn. We hope to bring a bit of British quirkiness to the States. We love mixing different styles and have a history of borrowing influences from around the world and tailoring them for our own way of living. We plan to offer the same collection in the States and look forward to helping our American customers put together homes that reflect their individual personalities and styles. FAvOrITe pIeceS. I'm very proud of our petworth dining table, whose design was inspired by traditional extending mahogany dining tables that were often inherited and passed down through generations. Our petworth design has become a staple OKA piece, and for this season, we've introduced a more contemporary version, which is proving just as popular. Its ability to extend for extra guests is a feature that never goes out of style. cOllABOrATIOnS. We recently launched a beautiful new tableware range designed by Adam lippes. OKA Apadama chair

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