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Apple Madeline Banquette

SKU#  482524
Was $369.99 Now $92.50
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Why We Love It

It may be mini in size, but our Apple Madeline Banquette is massively charming in style. Crafted of hardwood with tufted polyester upholstery in bright apple green, it features a subtle wingback silhouette and turned legs.

Details & Dimensions

  • Crafted of hardwood frame with 68% viscose, 22% linen and 10% polyester upholstery
  • Available in additional colors, sold separately
  • Part of our Madeline Collection
  • Vacuum periodically; do not use abrasive cleaners
  • World Market exclusive
  • Overall: 47.5"W x 31"D x 42"H, 52 lbs.
  • Seat: 32.5"-41.3"W x 23"D
  • Floor to bottom of seat: 12"H
  • Floor to top of seat: 17.5"H
  • Top of seat to top of back: 26"H
  • Floor to top of arms: 24.5"H

Read the Buzz

Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love this piece! This bench makes a statement in my dinning room. I love the style, the fabric,and it's a great value. I saved 25% plus got free shipping! I ordered it on a Friday and received it one week later. The color is not as vibrant as it looks on the website but it works with my decor. It's pretty comfortable and can seat two average sized adults. I searched all over for a bench like this one. I found a few I liked but the price wasn't comparable. I gave the overall rating 4 out of 5 stars because the legs need to be assembled and are very difficult to attach. If your thinking about purchasing this item, take a chance. I think you'll be pleased, I am. November 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Must lean against wall or will tip over The upholstered part is cute and decently made for the price but as the prior reviewer said, the legs are really hard to attach. Using an electric screwdriver, I could not get the screws for the legs to go all the way into the underside of the upholstered base. I just finished assembling 2 wood file cabinets, so not being able to put legs into this settee is not due to any lack of skill or effort on my part. Additionally, the settee has poor design in that it must lean against a wall or it will tip over all on its own (even without someone sitting back into it). The back of the upholstery is basically cantilevered out farther than the legs can support; the legs are not sufficiently splayed back. January 17, 2015
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