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|Seating Capacity: 2||Bench Type: Entryway bench|
|Arms Included: Yes||Back Included: Yes|
|Number of Items Included: 1||Cushions Included: No|
|Lid Included: No||Slipcover: No|
|Upholstered: No||Tray Included: No|
|Storage Included: No||Material: Birch, MDF, plywood, veneer|
|Solid Wood Construction: No||Legs Included: Yes|
|Hardware Material: Metal||Commercial Use: No|
|Finish: Antique Black||Style: Cottage/Country|
|Hand Painted: No||Distressed: Yes|
|Eco-Friendly: Yes||Hardware Finish: Silver|
|Product Care: Wipe clean with a soft dry cloth, you can use a good furniture polish to clean any tough spots, do not use any strong or abrasive cleaners on this product.||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Weight Capacity: 450 Pounds||Baskets Included: No|
|Assembly Required: Yes||Additional Parts Required: No|
|Product Warranty: 30 days from receipt of goods|
|Back Height: 23.5 Inches|
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Cottage Windsor Wooden Bench
M from Orland Park, IL– Verified Buyer
Nice looking bench, I like the hand rubbed finish. It's my kids favorite spot to do homework!
B from New York, NY– Verified Buyer
Wanted something that looked like a Windsor bench. This quality left a lot to be desired. Ended up replacing it pretty quickly.
Jackie from Aurora, CO– Verified Buyer
I love my cottage windsor wooden bench. It arrived quickly after ordering and was quite easily assembled.
Denise from LORAIN, OH– Verified Buyer
Love the bench but it is not as sturdy as I would like it to be. The Chinese didn't drill the holes correctly either!
Carol from Lake Ariel, PA– Verified Buyer
Beautiful and outstanding quality. Looks perfect in my foyer while it greets my guests!
Brenda from Amelia Court House, VA– Verified Buyer
Easy to assemble by myself. Bench is not as sturdy as I would like but we will only be using it for seating occasionally if at all. In my opinion, if you want something you will be using every day, you may want to find something a bit more substantial. Bench is a great size for a foyer. Unfortuantely, my area was too small for it so I found another spot and it looks fabulous!!
Kathy from Plainview, NE– Verified Buyer
Great addition in our entryway! Quick delivery, easy assembly, and very sturdy.Very happy with our purchase.
pamela from palatka, FL– Verified Buyer
the perfect size bench for my " farmhouse" dining room . Matches my chairs ,also.
Love my bench
KRISTY from MCKINNEY, TX– Verified Buyer
I love this bench. I received it in 2 days and my husband was able to put it together quickly and easily. Looks great in my entry way.
Fairly nice bench after a somewhat frustrating assembly
Nathan from Shawnee, KS– Verified Buyer
This is a very sturdy bench which looks a lot like the picture. The worn look is definitely machine made and does not look very natural. It took me a little while to decide that it was supposed to be there. The assembly took me about 2 hours because it was just me and the directions and parts were frustrating at times. If at all possible, put this together with someone else helping. You will need a phillips screwdriver and patience. To help with the instructions, completely skip step 1, the bars are not long enough. Just lightly screw in the middle two screws on both sides in step 2, then go to step 3 and very lightly screw in those just enough to hold them in place and then go back to the rest of the screws on step 2 and then finish tightening the screws in step 3. Do not over tighten the step 3 screws, it'll put too much stress on the legs. Step 4 can be done with one person, just not very easily. Set the back on ground and position the legs assembly accordingly and then lift up a little bit to position for putting in the screws. Step 5 can be tough to align the barret nuts and then get the screws in, this is where patience and a phillips screwdriver (for securely holding the nut into place) are fairly essential. I would not suggest turning the whole bench upside down for that as it will be tougher. For step 6 you might want to tap those lightly with a rubber mallet or something similar to keep those from falling out. Good luck!