Castle Hall Bench
Castles were large, majestic buildings that were built in the Middle Ages. Because their occupants were usually royalty, they were fortified for defense against attack. Over the years, they were built not only for the royals but for the wealthy, who were more concerned with the aesthetic appeal and usually had them elaborately decorated. Most of the interior décor was hand-carved and very decorative.
This bench looks like it was plucked out of a large castle hall. With its white-washed finish, its delicate, carved pickets and peaks, the designs etched on each leg and the white linen upholstered seat and back, not only is this rugged wooden piece fit for a King but would look great in any hallway and with any décor.
Dimensions: 71 x 23 x 35 in inches. Frame/Finish: Birch, Pine. Upholstery: Distressed Off-White Frame, White Linen. Imported. Handling Fee is $125.