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Porto Turnbury Green 2 Seater Bench

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£247.00

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Porto Turnbury Green 2 Seater Bench

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Demand for colour in the garden has resulted in the introduction of Porto, our new wood range. This two seater bench, which has been crafted with Acacia hardwood and painted in green polyurethane coating, is perfect for creating high quality furniture due to its warm tones and natural beauty. The acacia tree grows very slowly which makes the wood incredibly hard and durable allowing the furniture to be used for many years. This comfortable and chic two seater bench will be the perfect setting for drinks in the sunshine, in any outdoor space.

Features:

  • Material: Plantation Acacia with Polyurethane Paint Coating
  • Colour: Green
  • Easy Maintenance
  • All-weather Furniture
  • Suitable for any garden

Set Includes:
1 x 2 Seater Bench

Dimensions:
2 Seater Bench – H90cm W120cm D60cm

Care Instruction:
To extend the product life and appearance, we advise storing the furniture in a cool and dry indoor place during the autumn, winter and unexpected weather conditions. Check that the furniture is completely clean and dry before storing indoors. When not in use store cushions in a clean and dry indoor place. Wipe with warm, soapy water and dry thoroughly.

Please see our Product Care & Maintenance Instructions for further Care Instructions.

Warranty Information:
1 year manufacturer’s warranty.

Delivery Service:
This item is included in our free delivery service.

Product Manual:

There may be a variance in size due to the hand-woven material.

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