St. Germain

Taking design cues from mid-century modern styling, the St. Germain bench features an exposed wood base, tapered legs, and the option of a panel or tufted cushion—a visual and tactile detail evocative of luxury and comfort.


Products

Select examples from the St. Germain Series

Benches | 540-56B

  • Bench
  • Plain Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 5.00 yards
  • Square Feet 90.00 sq.ft.
  • Width 56.0"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $2,435
  • COL: $2,679

Ottomans | 540-02T

  • Tufted Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 2.50 yards
  • Square Feet 45.00 sq.ft.
  • Width 25.5"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $1,378
  • COL: $1,516

Ottomans | 540-02

  • Plain Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 2.50 yards
  • Square Feet 45.00 sq.ft.
  • Width 25.5"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $1,294
  • COL: $1,423


Standard Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Visit our materials guides for the complete list of available finishes.

Wood

Maple Finishes

Natural

Honey

Light Cherry

Medium Cherry

Cherry

Dark Cherry

Light Walnut

Mahogany

Ebony

Dark Walnut


Resources

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Design

by Ed Wood

Ed's versatility as a designer is reflected in the range of project types he has worked on in his career, including professional services firms, corporate headquarters, financial service firms, commercial development, publishing, education and healthcare projects. His desire to create outstanding work exceeds his clients’ expectations by challenging them, listening to their valuable input and creating great design that is functional, sustainable, innovative and beautifully executed. Ed’s work has been published in The New York Times, Architecture, Interior Design and Metropolis magazines, as well as many international design publications. His work is continually recognized throughout the design community, winning awards from the International Interior Design Association and the American Institute of Architects.