This delightful Trentino tree seat features a tasteful design combined with elegance, practicality, and great comfort. A beautifully hand crafted piece of furniture for shaded seating.
The Trentino tree seat features a solid steel construction with a timeless design to bring a touch of freshness and style to your outdoor space. Steel is widely known for its strength and can be formed into highly intricate patterns without compromising its durability, making it the ideal choice for outdoor furniture. Simply screw the tree seat to a wall to secure it in place. The metal will age over time and mature, which may cause patches of surface rust to appear, further enhancing its natural beauty. This does not affect the integrity of the product.
Please note: this product arrives flat packed; it will require minimal home assembly before being placed in your garden.
Half Circle: Height: 86cm (33.9"), Length: 132cm (52"), Width: 66cm (26"), External Diameter: 66cm (26"), Internal Diameter: 24cm (9.4")
Why not take a look at our Trentino sage green and Ischia cream half tree seats, please see below:
"Would be more stable with the complete circle, but looks stunning under the tree. Thank you."
Reviewed Saturday, 30 July 2016
"Sturdy quality looks great in the garden."
Reviewed Saturday, 12 March 2016
"This is a lovely item, great price too. I recommend laying out all the parts first, reading the assembly instructions at least twice, as they are quite vague. Good product though."
Reviewed Tuesday, 23 February 2016
"Instructions could have been clearer and some of the bolts were poorly fitting, but attractive seat."
Reviewed Friday, 27 March 2015
"DELIVERED THE BEXT DAY AS PER THEIR WEB SITE - EXCELLENT. IN GOOD CONDITION AND ALL THE BITS PRESENT. EASY TO ERECT"
Reviewed Monday, 15 April 2013
"The bench arrived and wss a little bit bent and the instructions were almost non existent. I sorted it but your staff were very helpful and said they would replace the bench if necessary."
Reviewed Sunday, 7 October 2012
"item arrived as promised but was slightly damaged, "
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 October 2012