Sit in comfort and style with the Heartland bench. Crafted of rubberwood solids, this piece features an antique white finish with a tobacco top, bead molding along the apron, and is anchored by heavily turned front legs. The seat features an interesting high/low plank effect, setting this piece apart from others, and offers versatile cottage styles you love in a heavily distressed finish that will work from the beach to the mountains to an industrial loft. Product Details • Wood: Rubberwood Solids w/ Oak & Birch Veneers • Finish: Antique White Finish w/ Tobacco Tops • Dimensions: W60 x D16 x H18 • Box Dimensions: W64 x D20 x H6 • Weight: 50 lbs. • Cubes: 4.45 Item Features • Heavy Turned Front Legs • Seat Features A High/Low Plank Effect • Bead Molding On The Apron • Weight Limit: 250-300 Pounds
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Antique, Casual, Farmhouse, Rustic
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About Liberty Furniture
Established in 1992, Liberty Furniture is committed to provide its customers with home furniture of outstanding quality and finish. They make use of premium hardwood and veneers to build beds, tables, chairs, and storage units of solid wood construction. They follow a detail-oriented sanding and finishing process to produce functional and also decorative pieces of furniture. From glass table sets and transitional home office desks to white finish casual dining sets and pub table sets in toffee finish, to rustic oak sleigh beds and white youth bunk beds, you're sure to be satisfied with the appearance, form, and style of the furniture pieces from Liberty Furniture. Their quality craftsmanship is certainly enough to put value into your hard-earned money.
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