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Glacier Country Small Plank Style Bench 45 inch

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Eye-catching for all the right reasons and one-of-a-kind, the Glacier Country Small Plank Style Bench 45 inch by Montana Woodworks with its vintage aesthetic and incredible quality will seamlessly blend into any interiors. Standing on solid, burly wooden legs in an angled formation with a thick, flat seat provides a solid base for the single log plank on top. Its functional attributes make a fabulous sculptural element that will intensify the allure of your space.

Each charming piece is signed by the artisan who makes it. Handcrafted in Montana from durable, lightweight "dead standing" Lodgepole Pine, the Glacier Country Log Plank Style Bench is reminiscent of the Rockies' Lodge circa 1900. It features a solid, laminated smooth top and log rails attached to the trusted mortise and tenon method. Its unique dark, rich hues are achieved by our artisans using old-fashioned draw knives to remove the outer bark while leaving the inner stratum cambium layer intact. 

All Glacier Country-themed products are finished with three coats of premium-grade exterior stain in a professional eight-step process.  Get the complete look by supplementing Montana Woodworks Glacier Country Small Plank Style Bench - MWGCPSB4 with our wide range of furniture and accessories to create a hotel-like atmosphere in your home.

  • Proudly Handcrafted in Montana, USA!
  • Solid, US-grown Genuine Lodge Pole Pine Wood
  • Unique, one-of-a-kind Glacier Country style.
  • Approximate Dimensions:  45"W 18"D 18"H
  • Each Piece Signed By The Artisan Who Makes It
  • Solid genuine lodge pole pine
  • Comes delivered preassembled
  • Approved for Outdoor Use
  • 20 Year Limited Warranty
  • Free shipping!

Material: US-Grown Genuine Lodgepole Pine
Use: Indoors
Dimensions: 45"W 18"D 18"H
Weight: 32 lbs
Finish: Stained & Lacquered
SKU: MWGCPSB4
Assembly: Preassembled
Product Note: You may notice a range of natural slit-like cracks to larger/richer cracks that run the length of the log to the heart of the wood. This normal process is known as "checking" and does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the piece. These cracks add character and enhance the natural beauty of the piece.