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Oak Graphite Grey Valkenburg Bench

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Crafted by hand using traditional Dutch craftsmanship techniques, JOHANENLIES’ furniture is sustainable and full of soul – made from recycled wood given a new lease of life. The Valkenburg Bench is an industrial bench in antique oak and steel.

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Description

JOHANENLIES is a Berlin-based design brand that ticks every box: sustainable, handcrafted and statement in style. Their furniture and accessories is handmade from recycled timber, and uses traditional Dutch craftsmanship principles combined with a minimal, industrial aesthetic. The Valkenburg Bench is an industrial bench in antique oak and steel. Its tapered legs and seat are made from oak that's up to 100 years old, with markings and graining that shows its age. And the steel frame gives it a solid construction – perfect for everyday use, in hallways or your living space.

Story

Berlin-based JOHANENLIES gives recycled timber a new lease of life, transforming it into furniture and accessories inspired by Dutch design principles. Because of the wood’s texture – earned in its former life – no two JOHANENLIES pieces are the same. But they’re all lovingly handcrafted in their carpentry workshop in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. Timber furniture originated in the Netherlands – so you’ll see a lot of Dutch design and traditional craftsmanship principles in JOHANENLIES’ pieces, as well as an industrial meets minimal aesthetic influenced by the founders’ tastes. And, better yet, a portion of the profit from every purchase is donated to the youth initiative Plant For The Planet – planting trees and educating children to be ambassadors for climate change.

Features

• Materials: o Antique Oak, o Powder-Coated Steel

Special Care

When dirty or dusty, please tend to your furniture using a clean, damp cloth before leaving it to dry. If any substantial moisture remains after cleaning it, please wipe the surface dry to avoid any staining.

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