Our Romero Bench brings a folk art feel to an elegant, old world design. Romero pays tribute to classic styling with high rolled arms and turned wood legs. But we’ve put a global twist on this sophisticated silhouette, upholstering Romero in beautiful vintage Guatemalan skirts, or morgas. These stunning textiles are crafted from soft, un-mercerized yarn, hand dyed from natural indigo plants and woven on a traditional foot loom. Each morga is finished with intricate, brightly colored embroidery, which serves as both a pop of color and a signature of the region where they were made. With subtle pinstripe patterns and unique, vibrant details, we just can't get over how good they look on Romero's refined form. Right at home in an eclectic, boho-chic setting, our Romero Bench could also give a hint of that well-traveled vibe to a more traditional space.
•upholstered in vintage denim guatemalan skirts
•umber wood finish
•made in the USA
•overall: 60"W x 22"D x 26"H
•seat height 18"H
Spot clean only with a water-free dry cleaning solvent. Do not use water.
We have found that following these guidelines will help to maintain your upholstered furniture. Vacuum regularly or brush with a nonmetallic, stiff-bristle brush to remove dust and grime. Reverse and rotate seat and back cushions to increase longevity. Protect from direct sunlight to prevent fading. Overall cleaning is recommended approximately every 12 to 24 months. Don't wait until severe soiling before cleaning. The more soiling, the less likelihood of restoring the fabric. Use a professional upholstery cleaning service. Don't remove the seat or back cushion casings for cleaning. Unlike slipcovered cushion casings, upholstered casings are not meant to be removed.
SPILL TIPS: Pat spills immediately with a soft white cloth. Always test cleaners first in an inconspicuous place. Do not saturate fabric with cleaner. Pat instead of rubbing to avoid altering surface texture. (Pile fabrics may need a non-metallic, stiff-bristle brush to restore their appearance.) Clean stains from the outer edge in to prevent "circling."