Birch benches with streamline moderne decorative ends.
46.25" wide x 16.5" deep x 48" tall
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During the 1930s-1940s, gingham fabric was used for utilitarian needs, and was a symbol of nostalgia for a simpler time in the United States. Birch wood, commonly used in this period, is suitable for veneer, and birch plywood is among the strongest and most dimensionally stable plywood. Place this bench up against a wall with a table and chairs on the other side, or use both benches to create a breakfast nook with a table between. The natural wood, and the gingham pattern fabric will evoke a homely feeling.