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Baxton Studio Witherby Linen Modern Banquette Bench Beige

Item# 268-WSI2193-1-AF | Model# TSF-71027-LS-BEIGE | Added on April 8, 2014 |
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Baxton Studio Witherby Linen Modern Banquette Bench Beige
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Dimensions: 30.5L x 65W x 51.37H in.. Victorian-inspired settee for your modern space. Wood frame with your choice of linen upholstery colors. CA117-compliant, polyurethane foam cushioning. Wooden legs with black lacquer finish. Silver nail head trim and button tufting. Unquestionably Victorian-inspired, the Baxton Studio Witherby Linen Modern Banquette Bench is an approachable, more casual adaptation of an old-world settee, which is just a fancy way of saying that this show-stopping bench has some serious pedigree. The engineered wood frame is designed for years of regular use and is wrapped in a dense layer of CA117-compliant polyurethane foam. You've got multiple color choices for the rich upholstery of high-quality linen, so pick the color that looks best in your space. Scrolled wings, a high back and rolled arms give this eye-catching bench the look that you just can't get anywhere else. Silver upholstery tacks and black, lacquer-finished legs add the contrast that finishes off your new favorite piece of furniture.About Wholesale InteriorsThis item is designed and manufactured by Wholesale Interiors, Inc., a furniture company based near Chicago. A lot goes into the making of Wholesale Interiors furniture, and it all starts with attention to details. They hand select their unique line of leather and micro-fiber fabrics. Their furniture is padded with high-polyurethane foam to create the body-contouring comfort and support for which Wholesale Interiors is famous. All ... read more
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