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Addington Rounded Edge Bench

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Shaped to look unmistakably modern, the Addington Bench features an ultra-thin, tastefully rounded bench wrapped in premium natural veneers. Two infinity loop legs juxtaposed by a metallic lacquered interior lend a uniquely contemporary elegance.

These legs meet the bench at the midpoint, and are flanked by carefully beveled edges that add distinctive flair to the overall piece.

This product is part of our white glove service program, which includes the item being delivered to your home, carried to its location and then unpacked, but not assembled. All the packing material will be removed for your convenience.

Features
Available Finish/Color: Walnut on Graphite
An ultra-thin veneered surface tastefully rounded for maximum comfort
Dual infinity legs with contrast metallic lacquered interior
Carefully beveled bench edges for a unique aesthetic
Includes white glove service

Specifications
Composite Wood
Natural Veneer
Metallic Lacquer

Dimensions
Overall Size: 87W x 18D x 18H inches /108lbs

Assembly Required
No

Ships within 5-7 days


Ship Time: 5-7 days


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