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Pittsburg - Reclaimed Barnwood Bench with Black Steel Legs

Main Finish Color
Pewter - Stain
Onyx (OCS-230) - Stain
Clear (OCS-100) - Stain
Medium (OCS-110) - Stain
Provincial (OCS-112) - Stain
Husk (OCS-120) - Stain
White w/ Black Glaze - Premium Finish
White w/ Brown Glaze - Premium Finish

 Features:

  • Bench Seat Crafted from Reclaimed Barn Wood 
  • X-Shaped Black Steel Legs
  • Amish Handcrafted in America
  • Available in 3 Different Lengths - 56"(Shown), 68", or 80"
  • Multiple Finish Options

Dimensions:  

  • Width:  13"
  • Length:  56"(Shown), 68", or 80"
  • Height:  18"
Wood Type:  Reclaimed Barn Wood (American Oak)

    Finish Options

    The Pittsburg Reclaimed Barn Wood Bench with Black Steel Base is available in a variety of stain colors or multi-step premium finish options for the reclaimed barnwood seat to help complete the look of your dining room.

    Select the color that you want the wood finished in from the options above.

    Finish Shown: Clear

    Note: Colors may look a bit different in person due to variations in the wood grain and because of the color settings on your computer monitor. 

    Order the Pittsburg Dining Table below with your Pittsburg Bench to create a matching dining set:

    PITTSBURG - RECLAIMED BARNWOOD & BLACK STEEL BASE DINING TABLE
       

    Contact Us

    Contact The Wood Reserve Team today with questions or for ordering assistance.

    Email: Contact@thewoodreserve.com

    Phone: 941-730-2460

    Lead Time

    Quality takes time. Since our furniture is handcrafted to order by skilled Amish craftsmen, it can take time to make sure it is done right.

    Demand for handcrafted furniture has also increased significantly making our wood shops much busier right now. The lead time for this wood shop is currently between 16 & 24 weeks. 

    Note: Lead times may vary and could be more or less than the estimated build time depending on material supplies and current work load of the wood shop.




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