Nightfly bed bench

by Icona Furniture
£649 £616.55
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Description

A perfect fit for the modern bedroom, the Nightfly bed bench from leading Italian designers Rossetto also makes a stylish and practical seating solution in its own right. This chic rectangular seat features plush padding for added comfort and is covered in a stunning quilted faux leather ensuring that it will add a sense of modern style and design wherever it is placed.

Perfect for that space at the end of a bed this seating option is available with a choice of a beige, hazelnut, brown or grey faux leather cover. Simply use the checkout menu options to select your desired colour.

For over fifty years, Rossetto has been at the forefront of fine Italian interiors, bringing exclusive contemporary furniture to its clients through a carefully selected network of retailers. Direct from Italy, Rossettos comprehensive range of beautifully crafted products promises something special for every room in the home. With many lacquered and wood finishes in complementing colours, you can rest assured that youll find the perfect flow of furniture to fit your kitchen, dining room, lounge and bedrooms.

Material: Faux leather

Assembly: Fully Assembled

Size: H 34.00cm x L 150.00cm x W 44.00cm

Bespoke
This product is custom made to order.

Product information

  • PT72694-KAL
  • H 34.00cm x L 150.00cm x W 44.00cm
  • Ottomans
  • Icona Furniture

Options

Leather colour: Beige faux leather, Brown faux leather, Grey faux leather, Hazelnut faux leather

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Icona Furniture.

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England and Wales FREE
Scotland FREE
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £50.00
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