Sunset Trading Shades of Gray 42" Dining Bench

Sunset Trading

$192.00 USD

Create the perfect atmosphere for sharing a cocktail or meal. Nothing out there has more appeal than Sunset Trading's superior quality Shades of Gray Dining Collection, and the price is steal! Grey is not just the hottest neutral color, it livens up the boredom of white and has the flexibility to blend your oak, chestnut, black or any cherished piece from your past. Shades of Gray’s eclectic warmth will heat up your ambiance, and fuses so well with farmhouse, rustic and traditional styles. Make this set ‘you’ with accents of yellow, turquoise, red or blue. Surrounding yourself with matching living room tables, your choice of china cabinets, pub furniture, kitchen islands and carts, dining tables and chairs would make your buying decision a breeze, and with our two-year warranty, you can do this with ease.
This well made bench will add extra seating and contemporary style to your dining room kitchen and entryway. Solid wood legs and apron perfectly support this sturdy bench. The simple silhouette is a traditional take on Scandinavian design and will blend with your beach themed, industrial or lake house just fine. Pair with side chairs, tables and china cabinets to create a cool, contemporary dining space. Matching living room accent tables enable you to create a perfectly coordinated home.
Crafted from solid oak wood (rubberwood)
• Contemporary 3” solid wood squared legs with floor protectors
• Dimensions: 18"H x 14"D x 42"W
• Top thickness: 1"H
• 2" apron on all four sides
• Weight: 18 lbs.
• Care: Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Wipe up spills immediately. Do not use abrasive or harsh chemicals to clean as this could damage the finish
• Studio photography lighting, slight measurement and weight variances are possible. Your viewing device may display colors differently than in real life. The product you receive may vary slightly from the image portrayed
• Some assembly required, all hardware provided
• Two year warranty against manufacturer defects