Persimmon Endai Bench by furniture maker Lola Lely. A modern interpretation of an 'Endai', which means 'bench' in Japanese. A typical 'Endai' is constructed from solid wood, using dowels as a means of joinery. From the late Edo period onwards, while the Japanese would traditionally sat on tatami-padded floors while inside the house, they would use an endai outside.
Material: Douglas fir, natural dyed cloth
Dimensions: Height: 60cm, Length: 13cm, Width: 92cm
Care Instructions: Re-oil with linseed oil to keep the wood nourished every 6-9 months. The cushion is dry-clean only.