The elegant Jacobs bench

When space is limited every little inch is important. Multi-functional pieces of furniture are very helpful in this case. Today we’re going to present you a very elegant and very practical piece of furniture called Jacobs.

The elegant Jacobs bench

Jacobs is a bench that can also be used as a storage unit. This aspect comes in very handy especially in small houses but not only. It’s always nice to have some extra storage space, even though you don’t look for this type of item in particular. Jacobs is especially attractive because it features a simple and elegant design.

The elegant Jacobs bench

Jacobs is a stylish, leather upholstered bench with storage space underneath the seat. Whenever you just want to quickly hide something you can just lift the seat and there it is, the perfect hideout. The space is also great for storing magazines and other items you usually use when sitting on the bench. The bench is very versatile and it can be used in the living room or as an extra seat at the dining room table. The dimensions of the Jacobs bench are W40 x H42.5 x L120cm. It comes in white and brown leather and it can be delivered in 7 to 10 days. The bench’s simple and elegant design makes it very versatile and great for almost any type of home.Available for £216.00.



Published by in Sofa and Chair, on November 15th, 2011

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