Traditional 2 Seater Wooden Garden Bench

2 seater wooden garden seat

Traditional garden seat

A Traditional 2 seater wooded garden bench is a focal point in any garden. Thw wndsor design is a classical style. Why not relax in the garden, read the papers or a book? Feel the sunshine or maybe place the 2 seater wooden garden bench in the dappled shade of a tree. Maybe put the seat in the shade of a sun umbrella or you could put the seat on a patio.

Traditional 2 Seater Wooden Garden Seat

Theses items can last for many years. They require very little maintenance especially if you buy a cover for the winter months.

Use Accacia hardwood

The traditional 2 seater wooden garden bench uses a traditional design that has been popular for many years. It will blend into any garden or patio. The traditional two seater seat is made with acacia hardwood giving it a good solidlook. An importantant consideration, it is stable and durable. It comes as a flatpack,allow upto an hour to assemble and it is not difficult.

  • 2 Seater Garden Seat
  • Made from Durable Acacia Hardwood
  • East to Assemble
  • Overall Bench Dimensions: 120cm (W) x 59.5cm (D) x 88cm (H)
  • During the winter it is a good idea to protect it from the bad weather

Only 16 Kg so easy to move

Its traditional designof this 2 seater garden bench has been a popular choice for many years as it will blend naturally into any garden or outdoor patio setting. The seat only weighs 16kg so it can easily be moved around the garden or patio.

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Customer comments

  • Instructions were clear and the seat easy to put together. Looks good
  • took about half hour to put together very easy to do, gave it a coat of linseed oil, and looks great

April 2014

One response to “Traditional 2 Seater Wooden Garden Bench”

  1. James says:

    Having a wooden garden seat for your garden is the best thing in life. Summers are best enjoyed on it, and the peace of mine it gives is just amazing. I have one with my grandfather’s name engraved on it. I asked the craftsmen to engrave my grand pa’s name on it. Thanks for the article shared.

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