By Raymonde Hermine. Bench. Published at Sunday, March 25th, 2018 - 16:33:39 PM.
Who doesn't love a classic stripe? I would have a hard time passing this little lady up. Woven entirely by hand the cover of this bench is crafted to look like antique Turkish rugs.
As a sofa table. That same bench that’s on hand to add dining seating or to hold party spillover can double as a slim sofa table during the day holding books decorative planters and small storage boxes. It gives an open floor plan a visual anchor for the seating and functional but beautiful “shelf” space.
The great thing about this upholstered bench is the endless number of fabrics you can choose from for its cushion. If you have a color scheme you're bound to find a fabric that works. This solidly built and simple settee is not just a pretty face although I can definitely appreciate the pretty curved apron detail and the carvings.
When I think of benches at a dining table I am immediately brought back to Sunday afternoon picnics in the park. The bench however has come a long way and now plays an important part in the design of the eating area. Whether formal or informal bench seating typically allows more people to sit at a table (compared to one that just has chairs) and can bring important stylistic elements to the overall aesthetic of a dining area.
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