Habitat benches boast a sleek and streamlined design that is ideal for modern living spaces. The benches comfortably seat up to four people and can be easily and conveniently stored under the dining table when not in use.
Different types of Habitat benches
For limited spaces three seater Habitat benches offer a comfortable, practical and functional seating option. The stylish wooden block board style benches have a powder coated four leg metal base. Benches that boast a more traditional look typically feature a refectory style design that has two legs and crossbar support.
Four seater Habitat benches in the Parker range provide suitable occasional seating for larger kitchens and dining rooms. The versatile solid wood benches have a striped wood top and comfortably seats up to four people.
Different styles of Habitat benches
Classic refectory style Habitat benches are perfect for modern kitchens and dining rooms that have a traditional elegant style. The lacquered solid wood bench complements a variety of stylish dining tables. The practical Habitat oak bench can also be used to provide additional seating when entertaining guests in other rooms in the home.
Modern Habitat benches have clean lines and a stylish base. The Yeoman range features a slim block board top and curved black powder coated metal legs with a supportive crossbar. The versatile three or four seater bench complements many styles of rectangular dining tables.
Choosing Habitat benches for your home
When choosing a Habitat bench for your kitchen or a Habitat oak dining room bench , it is important to consider your available space. Although benches conveniently stash away under the table after use, they do require sufficient floor space in order to provide comfortable, flexible seating.
It's a good idea to choose Habitat benches that match your style of dining table, and your interior décor. If you have a rustic style wooden table, chose a bench style that complements this design.