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Otto Dining Bench

Otto Dining Bench

Regular price $749.00 USD
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Bring a traditional sense to dining room. Finished in a warm honey hue, a trestle-style base of reclaimed pine supports a bench seating of pine, waxed and bleached for a rustic look with natural depth. Pair on its own or with matching dining table.

Overall Dimensions: 71.00"w x 17.00"d x 19.00"h

Overall Dimensions94.00"w x 17.00"d x 19.00"h

Alluring contrasts, incredible textures, intriguing finishes and modern functionality. Refined forms take inspiration from many eras, re-worked with reclaimed character woods, slate, stone, and iron for rustic allure. Woods are reclaimed from old buildings, then bleached, sanded and finished to heighten raw beauty.

71"

Item Number: CIMP-284
Collection: Hughes
Colors: Honey Pine, Waxed Bleached Pine
Materials: Finland Pine, Reclaimed Pine
Weight: 48.5 lb
Volume: 6.71 cu ft

Box Dimensions: 74.75" w x 21.00" d x 7.50" h
Box Weight: 63.93 lbs.

Item NumberCIMP-286
CollectionHughes
ColorsHoney Pine, Waxed Bleached Pine
MaterialsFinland Pine, Reclaimed Pine
Weight: 59.52 lb
Volume: 8.83 cu ft
Box Dimensions: 98.25" w x 21.00" d x 7.25" h
Box Weight: 
79.37 lbs.
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    We believe in giving back to the earth, so we plant trees with every order.

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