This product is 76cm in Height & 5cm in Thickness. Choose your Length | Width & Finish to complete your purchase.
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Our hairpin furniture is supplied in a flat pack form, this allows us to send your item quickly and safely. Assembling your furniture is a quick & easy process taking approximately 15 minutes. We supply you with all the necessary fixings, all you will need is a drill and screwdriver to complete the assembly.
Included with your order:
Hairpin Legs - 10mm
3mm Drill bit
All our metalwork is handcrafted locally in West Sussex. Our hairpin legs are made from raw steel which will vary slightly in colour and texture due to the handmade nature of the product. We feel this blend of raw steel with rustic timber is now a combination that has become a trademark style of Ben Simpson Furniture.
If you have any questions regarding the assembly of your furniture please give us a call and we will be happy to help you.
Pine | Our furniture is manufactured from environmentally sustainable Scandinavian joinery pine. We hand pick every length of timber, to preserve as many rustic characteristics as possible. This includes unique grain patterns, saw marks, shakes (splits) & waney edges which has now become our trademark style.
For your peace of mind, all our timber is Kiln-Dried to a moisture content found in an average home.
Oak|Our Oak Mantelpieces are manufactured using French Oak sourced from sustainable European Sawmills. We hand pick every length of timber to preserve as many rustic characteristics as possible. This includes saw marks, shakes (splits) & waney edges which has now become our trademark style.
Your Oak mantel may already have shakes which are to be expected as oak is a natural product. As your Mantel acclimatises to its new home, further shakes may develop. These are completely normal oak characteristics. It is these details that give each Oak Mantel a truly unique style & grain pattern.
We use a natural beeswax finish on all of our wooden products. The application of wax intensifies the grain pattern whilst protecting the timber with a water resistant finish. There is a wide range of 7 wax finishes to choose from. We recommend applying a clear coat of wax once a year to keep your item looking brand new.