Bench made to measure? Culver Dining can be planned individually in 5cm steps according to every need.

in thick leather Bubalus

The planning bench offers almost endless possibilities of composition. Whether as a single bench or corner combination, with armrests or stool end, Culver Dining leaves no wish unfulfilled. Even the sizes can be planned individually. And of course, the seating comfort of this piece of furniture leaves nothing to be desired, so that many cozy hours at the dining table are guaranteed.

Bubalus is an extremely thick, rustic, neck aniline leather from Asian water buffalo with natural surface without finish. After the high quality Nappasoft mineral tanning, the leather is only dyed through in the barrel with selected dyes. The surface is not closed by a finish. In this way, the leather retains its inimitably soft feel and lively appearance. Water buffaloes live in the wild as farm animals, sometimes also as working animals, and are thus exposed to the climate and other environmental influences without protection. The hides, which are left over from food production, are the raw material for this spectacular leather.

As with all furniture from tommy m, Culver Dining can be chosen between seam patterns and feet. Whether leather or textile- there are no limits to your imagination! Thus, the bench becomes your very own unique piece, made for you in our manufactory in Upper Franconia!

Height 80  I  Seat height 49  I  Depth 68  I  Seat depth 49  I  Arm 5

Single benches – Corner combinations – Stool benches

Benches planable in 5cm steps

Underframe available in different variants

The padding with a soft, casual character is intended due to design. In the course of normal use it is typical for the merchandise to form folds and
recesses. This development is aided by the different properties of the cover material, the influence of body weight, heat and moisture and the
location of the sofa (e.g. sources of heat and light). These normal performance characteristics are related to model and design and therefore do not represent grounds for complaint.