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Kaylee Grey Velvet Dining Bench with Oak Legs KLE010

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Features we love

  • Luxury velvet dining bench to suit a range of modern and traditional styles
  • Charcoal grey coloured velvet with elegant tapered chair legs with a oak finish
  • Perfect as a dining seat or occasional seating in hallways, bedrooms and more
  • Button details add a touch of sophistication and grandeur
  • Crafted from solid rubberwood for longevity and peace of mind
  • Enjoy a comfortable dining experience with the foam filling and upholstered finish
  • Wide variety of coordinating tables and chairs available

All about me

Perfect for the dining room, hallway or bedroom, this Kaylee bench is a stunning addition to the home. Simple yet stylish enough to be used as part of a dining set or as a standalone piece, this bench is both versatile and practical. Upholstered in beautifully soft stone grey luxe velvet with delicate buttoned details, it'll add a touch of class and sophistication to any room while also being comfortable enough to sit for longer periods of time. Smooth oak legs round of what is a timeless design.

Crafted from solid rubberwood, you can expect a sturdy build that suits even the busiest of households, giving you an item that will last for years to come. Simple self-assembly is required to fix the bench's legs into place. If you're looking for matching items to complete the look, we have a range of table and chair options available.

Need to know

  • Dimensions: H 48.5 x W 117 x D 44cm
  • Floor to seat: 48.5cm
  • Material: Solid rubberwood
  • Finish: Luxe stone grey velvet & oak
  • Assembly required: Yes
  • Range: Kaylee

Item Code:
KLE010
 
 
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