What kind of French Bench X90 do you need?
Arrives partially assembled with tools and manual Handmade with a modern and daring design Crafted from eco friendly wood and packed in recyclable box Dimensions when set up: L 60 x W 20.5 x H 20" Weights 50 pounds
What is the advantage of this French Bench X90?
The French Bench X90 is unique with an exotic beauty and is 100 made in the USA out of reforestation wood This intriguing piece of furniture arrives partially assembled at your home and in a few minutes will be ready for use Thoughtfully conceptualized by the Brazilian designer Ignacio Santos and created by the Colombian designer Fabian Ramos, the French Bench X90 is crafted from Premium Yellow Pine wood from Alabama, stainless steel and built to last for years with the right care.This versatile backless bench is perfect to take the front and center in your living room but also it's an excellent option to divide different spaces within a same room. It's inventive design, and triangular legs give it a great stability making it suitable both for indoor and outdoor use This heavy duty yet elegant bench is made from real solid wood so there are a few natural knots on it that give it a great rustic charm The French Bench X90 is the perfect fit for your backyard or terrace and will surely get you many compliments The longer you own it the more you will love it Our French Bench X90 is finished with a semi-transparent stain and sealant mixture that protects it not only against humidity but also from UV rays and direct sun exposure.This stain finish allows you to see the natural wood through the color and is ideal for those who want to leave their furniture outside all year long without worrying about what may happen.All our products are packaged in recyclable double walled boxes with reinforced corners to ensure a safe transportation. If you love design, care about the environment, and like trendy products, look no further, GloDea's French Bench X90 is perfect for you
Customer reviewsBeautiful but horrible assembly.
I love this bench and get many complements on it. BUT it was extremely hard to assemble. The rods were bent and made them difficult to remove and then line up with other pieces of wood to put back in to assemble. I am 64 yrs. old but with a lot of tenacity and after 3 hours I was able to get it done. I had to hammer the rods in and be careful to not split wood or bend rods even more. I had to take one rod and forcefully bend it "straighter" around a corner post on deck. What an ordeal it was. But I did get it together and will never take it apart. If the rods had been straight it may have been a lot easier