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With Furniture Ferret you can search hundreds of websites to find 85cm deep benches to fit any dining room or hall. See all the results below. We hope you'll find what you're looking for. On Furniture Ferret you can also find all sorts of furniture, bathroom fixtures and appliances by size, colour and price.

$626

Width: 130 cm
Height: 75 cm
Depth: 80 cm

Perfect if you are searching for a 85cm deep bench. The table top has a hardwood veneer top layer that is lacquered for durability and to allow the beauty of the understated oak to be fully visible. oak veneer white/Vissle grey 130x80 cm. DANDERYD / DANDERYD Table with 2 chairs and bench. Only recommended for indoor use. Purchase from IKEA.

$2,449

Width: 76 cm
Height: 91 cm
Depth: 76 cm

76cm W x 76cm D x 91cm H. Assembly. Care Instructions: Marble is a uncomplicated material and will stain and mark if exposed to acidic substances or harsh solvents, use only mild detergent. A ideal piece to provide additional storage, and bench space in any kitchen area. Item has one drawer, two open shelves, four iron hooks and a towel rail for hanging kitchen towels. Available in three sizes. Suits a space 85 cm deep. Get it at LivingStyles.

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$2,115

Width: 76 cm
Height: 91 cm
Depth: 76 cm

Perfect for 85cm deep spaces. 76cm W x 76cm D x 91cm H. Assembly. Care Instructions: Marble is a understated material and will mark if exposed to acidic substances or harsh solvents, use only mild detergent. A ideal piece to provide additional storage and bench space in the kitchen area. Item has three drawers, two open shelves, four iron hooks and a towel rail for hanging kitchen towels. Get it at LivingStyles.

$646

Width: 130 cm
Height: 75 cm
Depth: 80 cm

DANDERYD / INGOLF Table with 2 chairs and bench, oak veneer white/white, 130x80 cm 4-seat dining set with a traditional hand-crafted look and attention to detail. Wood veneer meets durable steel in a combination of beauty and strength that is made to suit your modern lifestyle. Get it from IKEA.

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Searching for benches on Furniture Ferret is simple. Click or tap on the search button in the header in the top right corner, then adjust the keywords you are searching for, for example, "desk", "shoe storage" or "rustic stool". Drag the two handles on the sliders to specify the highest and lowest possible values for the width, height and depth (length) and the price you are interested in. Click on "Go!" to update the results. That's all!
$20

Width: 55 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 85 cm

SVINDINGE Rug, beige, 55x85 cm Who can resist the look and feel of sheepskin? Toss this fluffy thing over a bench, sofa or on the floor and the room instantly looks cosier. Made of recycled PET bottles to save on nature’s resources. An simple way to change or update the look of any room. Buy from IKEA.

$3,505

Width: 145 cm
Height: 91 cm
Depth: 76 cm

145cm W x 76cm D x 91cm H. Assembly. Care Instructions: Marble is a natural material and will stain and mark if exposed to acidic substances or harsh solvents, use only mild detergent. A ideal piece to provide additional storage, and bench space in any kitchen area. Item has two drawers, two open shelves, four iron hooks and a towel rail for hanging kitchen towels. Available in three sizes. Buy from LivingStyles.

$15

Width: 55 cm
Height: 1 cm
Length: 85 cm

TOFTLUND Rug, grey, 55x85 cm Super soft, warm and cosy whether you have it as a floor piece, drape it over your armchair or want to add comfort to your bench. It looks and feels like a sheepskin but it’s made from recycled pet bottles! Easy to keep clean since it is machine washable. Shop now at IKEA.

$3,599

Width: 145 cm
Height: 91 cm
Depth: 75 cm

145cm W x 75cm D x 91cm H. Assembly. Care Instructions: Marble is a natural material and will mark if exposed to acidic substances or harsh solvents, use only mild detergent. A suitable piece to provide additional storage and bench space in the kitchen area. Item has three drawers, two open shelves, four iron hooks and a towel rail for hanging kitchen towels. Purchase from LivingStyles.

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Questions and answers

How to measure the space to fit a bench in?

Measure both the width and the depth of the floor area where you'd like to place a bench. The easiest way is to use a measuring tape. Hold the beginning of the tape down at the edge of the area, and let it run to the opposite edge. If the distance is larger than what you can stretch to with your arms, ask a friend for help, or split what you need to measure up into multiple parts. You can do this by either holding the tape down partway through and continuing running it while letting the first end go, or by marking how far you measured on the floor or wall, and start a new measurement. If you would not like to make a mark on your floor, try putting down a pointy object like a pair of scissors there. You should avoid dead places where the piece of furniture won't be able to go like skirting boards. Also it may be necessary to take the height of the space and the item into account wherever the ceiling is uneven like in loft rooms.

How to use color psychology when choosing a bench?

The two things to consider when it comes to colors is balance and associations. Balance simply means that the colors should be coordinated in some way, so that the space looks like a unit. This can be achieved by using a color wheel, and going for colors that are either quite close to each other, or quite far, like on opposite sides of the wheel (complementary colors like blue and yellow). Other color combinations are likely be somewhat jarring because of how our eyes and brains understand color. Associations with and emotions connected to colors are also important, and there are many guides for these from those by 19th-century Impressionist painters to modern interior design guides. In all likelihood these emotions are cultural and learnt, which means that they can be very different in different cultures or just for different individuals. The associations are even often contradictory, making it even more difficult to use them as a guide. Blue is often associated with productivity, but also calmness, stability and even sadness. Green is clearly the color of nature, and is said to evoke safety, luck and envy (though in other cultures envy is yellow). White can be associated with peacefulness, innocence, cleanliness and emptiness, and, for example, mourning in India. Red is regarded as the color of friendship, willpower, leadership, desire and anger, which is a very wide range of emotions. But it is clear that in nature, it means danger or importance, so it should be put next to a neutral color to allow the brain to rest. These emotions are so varied that these guidelines seem to boil down to just one piece of advice: pause and consider what the color means for you.

From the history of furniture: Chairs And Sofas Part 7

According to Mr. Robinson: "The finest curl and figuring of the grain of woods is found in nearly all cases at that part of the tree where the division of the branches from the trunk commences. The best curl is found at the branching of two arms only, away from the trunk, this being less confused than that caused by the diver gence of several arms. A saw-cut made vertically across the tops of the two branching limbs down into the main trunk would exhibit that parting of the ways of the grain which is so valuable for the making of veneers."

The difference of weight between the finest Spanish mahogany and the inferior kinds is very great, a Chippendale-pattern chair in the fine wood being all a woman will care to lift. Tulip and satinwoods were the favourites for the old cabinet-makers to employ in inlaying, and the latter wood comes from a tree which may be found in India, Ceylon, and the West Indies. Tulipwood has the disadvantage of coming only in small pieces, and, besides, is often of such a reddish tone that it has not sufficient contrast to make it shoAAy enough for veneer on mahogany. Lancewood is a modern substitute for satimvood, and the shafts of old vehicles, like the " One Hoss Shay," are eagerly sought for cutting into strips.

With satin, tulip, lance, and " harewood," which is sycamore stained, ebony was in great demand. The strips of this latter wood are often only one thirty-second of an inch in thickness, and serve to mark the strip of light wood with better effect than if omitted.

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Our philosophy

We strive to allow everyone to live comfortably even if they only have a small area they call home. We scan multiple webshops for thousands of desks, cabinets, bookshelves, shoe cabinets, beds, armchairs and more by size, to find just the right piece to go in that unused corner and turn it into some closet space, or to find that extra long sofa that is still narrow enough to squeeze through the door. From the kitchen to the bedroom, don't live next to furniture - choose furniture that lives with you.

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