£130.00 6 customer reviews
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- Dimensions: W78 X D38 X H83cm
- Made from: FSC approved pine wood with zinc top
As seen in Real Homes! A stylish potting bench for the green fingered to happily pot up their seedlings. Or for those that love a garden vignette as we do there is lots of display potential. We also think it looks fab for displaying house plants in a garden room or conservatory or as extra storage and work surface in a rustic kitchen. Gosh, what a versatile piece this potting bench is! Made from FSC approved pine wood, painted grey with a zinc top, three drawers and three hooks at the side for hanging utensils.
This product is flat packed and requires some experience for assembly - we recommend enlisting someone who's handy with a screwdriver! Screws included but a screwdriver is required.
This item is intended to be left outside, but as with any item (metal or wood) left outside all year round, particularly during winter, there will be some element of weathering over time. We recommend covering this item during bad weather, which will prolong the life of the product.
Customers rated this product 4.5 out of 5
|9 months ago||Good design, relatively easy to assemble and looks like it did in the Guardian review!|
|9 months ago||Excellent|
|10 months ago||looks nice and will be useful. quite expensive for quite a lot of assembly - equivalent from IKEA would probably have been half the price. the holes in the frame were not aligned properly with the top so had to use a screw instead of the stronger fixing provided. shame that no handles for the drawers as difficult to open, also disappointed that used hardboard for the bases which will be useless if it gets wet and is not practical for actual outdoor use.|
|10 months ago||Beautiful product, just as shown and described. Some difficulty with assembly ,where Allan key required for fixing the top, but overcome with own screws.|
|1 year ago||Lovely product, quite difficult to put together, lots of screws. Wood didn't quite fit together properly, we had to use one of the side hangers to keep the top of the bench together.|
|1 year ago||Potting bench looks great on the patio as well as being practical.|