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Rhoda Midcentury Modern Upholstered Storage Bench


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Rhoda Midcentury Modern Upholstered Storage Bench
MSRP: $329.99

Item #: BC2624

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Take your entryway to 1966 with this midcentury modern storage bench. Toss keys and pocket change onto the display shelf, or dog walking accessories into the drawers for easy accessibility. The comfortable, ivory cushion provides a soft place to take shoes off after a hard days' work. Place a mirror above the upholstered bench and create a last-minute check and go in the hall or entry, before you head out on the town.

  • Upholstered entryway bench w/ drawers
  • 2 drawers and 1 display shelf
  • Multitonal look w/ metal-capped feet
  • Attached cushion stays put
  • Hall/entry or open living concept space
  • Midcentury modern style
  • Dark sienna finish w/ ivory cushion
  • Overall: 46.25" W x 16" D x 23.75" H
  • Additional Info
  • Shelf: 18" W x 16" D x 23.75" H
  • Seat: 27.5" W x 15.5" D x 19.25" H
  • Seat cushion: 27.5" W x 15.5" D x 2.75" THK
  • Drawers: 14.75" W x 12.75" D x 2" H
  • Base type: 4 legs
  • Clearance: 43.5" W x 12.5" D x 13" H
  • Footprint: 45.75" W x 15" D
  • Legs: 1.75" W x 1.75" D x 15" H
  • Approx. weight: 46 lb.
  • Supports up to: 30 lb. (top), 10 lb. (each drawer), 250 lb. (seat)
  • Materials: Engineered wood, rubberwood, rubberwood veneer, foam, nylon, zinc alloy, plated iron
  • Fabric: Upholstery grade nylon
  • Materials breakdown: Seat: 3" foam, nylon; Frame: 15mm MDF, rubberwood veneer, rubberwood; Storage: 15mm MDF, 12mm MDF, 3mm MDF, rubberwood veneer; Legs: Rubberwood, iron; Hardware: Zinc alloy
  • Compliance: CARB Phase 2, CPC/CPSIA, Prop 65
  • Assembly Required
    Care Dust with a soft, dry cloth. Spot clean cushion with mild soap and water; pat dry.
    Carton Weight 55.00 lb.
    Carton Measurements 52.00" W x 20.75" D x 9.00" H

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