The resemblance to Japanese torii in this bench is not accidental, the inspiration based on Eastern culture was pouring out in a continuous stream and the author decided not to hold it back. Hence the name Potaru, which means "portal, gate" in Japanese.
They say our Potaru bench prefers to travel around the interior. The eternal thirst for change, which is typical for modern people, moves Potaru from the hallway to the living room, from the living room to the bedroom, and then somehow "accidentally" it appears in the children's room. We believe it occurs due to wood natural magnetism - you want to be in contact with it as often and as long as possible.
Burnt solid oak wood
- Careful wood selection gives the impression of the material's integrity
- The slight appearance of the wood texture (pore opening) due to burning creates an additional beautiful graphics and a pleasing sense of touch
- Can be made of thermo wood to be used outdoors or in high temperature/humidity areas
- Strong and stable construction
350 000 ₽