Chilson Dining Room Set - Large
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Our stylish new large Chilson refectory style table and bench set offers a contemporary take on family dining whether it's in the kitchen, dining room or conservatory.
The table, 2 benches and 2 stools offer a relaxed chic approach to dining for up to 10 guests and the cement fibre tops give that restaurant feel look.
Each of the pieces are finished with subtle white washed Acacia wood legs and the set can be used both indoors and out. If used outdoors for long periods of time we would recommend covering or placing the set under cover during the winter months.
Table: 75cm high x 240cm wide x 100cm deep Bench: 45cm high x 220cm wide x 40cm deep Stool: 45cm high x 50cm wide x 40cm deep Please note that this set requires simple self assembly with the legs needing to be secured in place.
Unless otherwise stated, all dimensions are external. Widths provided are measured at the widest point.
In 1994, Jon Holloway launched Garden Trading as a garden-focused business. Establishing a career in the development of products for dome of the world’s retailers, Jon wanted Garden Trading to focus on combing simple and stunning design with high quality outdoor products that would stand the test of time. Taking further inspiration from both the British countryside and the city lifestyle trends, their collections are designed and developed in their Oxfordshire home. Alongside the product team, Jon then travels around the world to find innovative materials and highly-skilled artisans to bring their ideas to life, striving to produce them using natural, unique and raw materials where possible. Whilst we primarily focus on storage here at Store we can’t help but showcase some of the Garden Trading outdoor range as they have a special place in our heart and possibly our gardens.
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