Every home can benefit from some hidden storage in the entry, bedroom or mudroom and this flip-seat bench does double duty as both a bench to sit on as well as provide plenty of storage under the lid.
Made in the USA and crafted of solid reclaimed barn woods, a two-step finishing process adds color, depth and dimension to the piece. You select both an undercoat and primary color from any Sherwin Williams paint and we painstakingly apply it until the desired aged look is achieved. Add a seat cushion of your choosing to the high-backed bench and you have a comfortable spot to sit and tie your shoes or to rest your feet after a long day.
Measurements: 44h x 60w x 20d (or ask for custom sizing at no extra cost)
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