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Red Asian Bench

SKU#  447575
Was $149.99 Now $34.98
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Why We Love It

A clean streamlined structure makes our Red Asian Bench an instant favorite. Crafted in Malaysia exclusively for World Market, this bench is made from sturdy, high-quality local hardwood and features a roomy surface for extra seating or displaying books, magazines and collectibles, and a distressed red finish that's suitable for a variety of decors. Add it to any room for an instantly enhanced look.

Details & Dimensions

  • Red Asian Bench is crafted from local hardwood
  • Coordinates with our entire Eastern Indigo Collection
  • World Market exclusive
  • Assembly Instructions (Download)
  • Made in Malaysia
47.6"W x 15.75"D x 17.125"H

Read the Buzz

Red Asian Bench 4.7 5 3 3
Perfect for almost any room in the house This table is great quality for the money. The bottom of my living room windows come to 20" from the floor. This table is 17" tall, so it fits perfectly under the windows. I plan to bring my geraniums indoors for the winter and this bench will hold them perfectly. The rest of the year I can put a seating cushion on half of the bench and books or a display on the other half. I think this would also be a handy bench to have in the entry way for changing shoes or in a bedroom as a dressing bench. It is easy to pick up and move to other rooms. The Asian bench has a nice antique red finish - not a bright red. Goes nicely with most decor. August 26, 2011
RED BENCH! Mine is in the window for the Cat to sit and look out at birds or whatever else he chooses! It looks great, went together nicely, the only problem is I want to buy several more but I don't really have the room to put red benches all over my place! August 18, 2011
Beautiful bench. It a gorgeous bench. Everyone that enters my living room is immediately drawn to it and comments on how beautiful it is, particularly because of the color. The only drawback is that the paint is VERY THIN. Underneath the red paint is white paint. A tiny red chip came off after a pen fell on the table. I was able to camouflage the white mark with a marker and no one has noticed. December 22, 2011
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