Traditional upholstered bench FLUTED BACKvelvetcommercialwith backrest

traditional upholstered bench
traditional upholstered bench
traditional upholstered bench
traditional upholstered bench
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From high end hotels to intimate restaurants, our experienced team can produce custom made seating for your business. To find out more about our bespoke leather banquette seating, contact Kingsgate Furniture in Kent today. Made to your own designs and sizes in crushed velvet All makes and models are handmade, our sizes are therefore approximated. Nail and feet options can be viewed here and leather options can be seen below. Cambridge is classic leather with a bright sheen two tone finish. It has a soft smooth handle and a naturally variable grain structure. The grain finish is highlighted by applying a slightly darker top coat to just the grain tips. This produces a naturally random mottling effect across the hide. This effect will fade and age slowly in time and with use. Please note small samples may not show all the shading, mottling, and grain variations of a full hide. Old English is an aniline finished leather, tanned to ensure a pleasing distressed or aged finish from new. Extra fat liquors are applied during tanning, to give the leather a slightly waxy feel. These leathers are designed to allow the natural marking variations of the leather to show through to the finish coat. Pull-up leathers do not have a consistent colour density across the whole hide. They are designed to change colour and sheen when pulled or stretched. They are not as colour fast as pigmented hides and are designed to allow furniture to age and relax through use and over time. Furniture should be protected from direct sunlight and not placed next to radiators.


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