Vintage Toscana Bench



Benches are really practical pieces of furniture. They can be used indoors, as a seating space around a coffee table, even at a dining table, or outdoors, in the garden or on the deck or terrace. They can also be used as storage spaces, acting as a shelf on which different objects can be placed. Personally I’m not a fn of benches, I prefer individual chairs or stools. But I admit that benches can be really useful and functional.

The Toscana Bench is a very nice piece of furniture. It’s a wood bench, with a very beautiful antique look. This was obtained using a 14-step process with hand-applied layers, hand distressing and hand burnished edges. It’s not an easy job but the result is quite remarkable. The dimensions of this piece of furniture are 88.5″ wide x 14″ deep x 18″ high. It’s not small but neither too big. It can be used both inside and outside. It’s a very resilient piece but you still have to be careful with it. Be sure to take it inside when it’s raining and try to avoid sun.

The Toscana Bench is a very beautiful piece of furniture. It has an A-frame and a very beautiful antique finish. The overall design is simple but elegant. Also, you can add the bench cushion that is sold separately for 370 euros.


Published by in Outdoor, on June 20th, 2011

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