Frankfurter Brett Kitchen Workbench With Storage Space

A small kitchen often feels bigger until you start cooking. If you face the same problem, then this kitchen workbench with storage is an amazing solution! This versatile, mobile and modern kitchen workbench by brothers Johannes Schreiter and Joseph Schreiter has an effective, patented bracket system that ensures a smooth workflow. There are containers that... 
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Fallen Tree Bench From Glass And A Real Oak Tree

Created by designer Benjamin Graindorge, FallenTree is a minimalist bench made from little more than a slab of glass and a carefully carved oak tree. Both parts are perfectly combined to create this remarkable piece of furniture with practical function and conspicuous design. The idea of the project was to highlight the natural beauty of... 
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30 Eye-Catching Entryway Benches For Your Home

Whether it’s the back door or in the foyer, creating comfort as well as style in your entryways in a must. Your guests will get their first impression of your home with these glances and it’s important to transform these spaces into cozy, welcoming and “uniquely yours” type of nooks. And that comfy feeling cannot... 
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Simple Dining Table And Bench By Manuel Welsky

Simple and even primitive design is no bad – it looks natural and it fulfills all the necessary functions, so if you love simple design, then you’ll love this bench and dining table by Manuel Welsky. The top are made of natural wood, and the powder-coated steel legs are joined without any tools to the... 
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Multifunctional Mägi Bench Accentuating Your Storage

Multifunctional furniture has already conquered the world because it’s ideal for small spaces and you needn’t too many pieces of furniture. This Mägi Bench by Finnish designer Olli Mustikainen is right one of these – it has so many functions! This bench has several storage compartments under the seat that was well polished and left... 
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Politically Important Bench

Young German designer Tino Seubert offered the furniture concept called ‘Forming History’ based on significant moments in time. He chose several things for the collection, for example, Liu Xiaobo’s empty chair at the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony in Oslo. The events of the past register as abstract shadows, deformations or traces on the newly designed... 
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