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Niagra American Oak Wood Windsor Bench
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Niagra American Oak Wood Windsor Bench

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You'll love the charming and classic style that this Niagara Windsor style bench evokes in any living space.

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Covered with a multi-step American oak finish, this Niagara Windsor style bench exudes a neutral personality, with decorative detail. The slatted back design reinforces the classic layout of this bench, highlighting it with additional detail. The rubber wood build enhances the feel of the seat and back, and ensures stability.

  • 44" wide x 20 1/2" deep x 41" high. Weighs 36 lbs.
  • Seating area is 40" wide x 15 1/2" deep x 17 1/2" high from floor.
  • Niagra Windsor style bench.
  • Multi-step American oak finish; rubber wood construction.
  • Minimal assembly required.
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exactly what is the minimal assembly entail?
A shopper on May 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Hi - Please contact our Customer Service Department and they will be happy to email you a copy of the bench assembly instructions. They can be reached by phone, email, or chat:
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Nice wood bench . . . .
Good looking bench when it is put together. Very functional, nice color wood finishing. For the most part, the assembly instructions were good, but still lacked a little. The company could improve on their assembly info.
Over all the bench is what we hoped it would be. Functional and attractive at the foot of our bed.
We would recommend this bench to anyone who is looking for quality and a nice wood bench.
East Texas
April 14, 2019
10 months ago
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