Copeland Furniture

Essentials Bench

$620.00
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Why We Love It

The Essentials Bench by Copeland brings a retro look to mid-century modern design. Sustainably created using recovered hardwood pieces left over from manufacturing processes, the design brings new life to found wood. The bench comes together with angled-out wood legs for a classic and timeless flavor or steel hairpin legs for an industrial vibe.

  • Wood Leg options are Quick Ship items and ship within 2 weeks.
  • Finely crafted using time-tested joinery and construction methods, lumber is selected, sanded and assembled by hand to ensure that all the joinery is clean, flush, and smooth to the touch.
  • Multiple coats of silky smooth varnish is applied and sanded by hand to provide lasting protection that is resistant to stains, moisture rings, heat damage and abrasions.
  • Commercial Grade.
  • Finishes are formulated to meet Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) standards for successfully completing a rigorous battery of tests simulating years of typical household use.
  • Silver Exemplary Membership Status by Sustainable Furnishings Council (SFC) for proven performance in meeting a range of specific sustainability measures.
  • Sage Award Recipient - recognition of environmental accomplishments within the home furnishings industry.
  • Swirls, knots and burls are some characteristics that contribute to the natural beauty of finely crafted hardwood furniture.
  • Hardwoods oxidize, or change color, from exposure to direct light. The color of the wood will deepen over time and take on a warm glow and soft patina.
  • Greenguard Certified (meets strict low chemical emissions standards) compliant.

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Created By

Copeland Furniture

Copeland Furniture has changed from a one-man operation in an old garage in East Corinth, Vermont, to a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility located on the banks of the Connecticut River in Bradford, Vermont. Using a combination of leading-edge computer technology and traditional craftsman technique, they have created an enterprise that is embedded in their local community.