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Leaf Benches

Designed by David Dahl

Like nature with its infinite reach, Leaf benches inspire any number of configurations. In full and mid-size shapes, each component is available separately or can be combined with tables and lounge chairs to perfectly adapt to the needs of any space. Let the possibilities for work and play abound!

Leaf Benches, Lounge Units and Connecting Tables
Full Size & Mid-Size Leaf Benches in Green & Black with End Tables
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Black Leaf Bench
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Mid-Size Leaf Bench
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Green Mid-Size Inline Bench
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Leaf Inline Table
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Leaf Inline Table
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Leaf Inline Table
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Leaf Inline Table
  • Bench models include full and mid-size seats.
  • Configurable with children’s sized benches as well as with all lounge and table counterparts.
  • Connecting table available in five sizes to enable straight or curved configurations.
  • Tables offered in maple, walnut and white oak veneer, in addition to laminate and Corian® selections.
  • Legs available in beech wood or metal, in a variety of finish options.
  • Maximum weight capacity is 750 lbs.
  • SCS Indoor Advantage Gold certified (select models only).
  • Corresponding Leaf and Leaflette Modular collections available.
  • Starting COM list price = $1,516.

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Designed By

David Dahl

A graduate of the industrial design program at the University of Cincinnati, Dahl has been making one-of-a-kind furniture pieces for residential clients for over 25 years, and seating for the contract market for over two decades. His hands-on approach – David builds his own scale models and prototypes to ensure seating comfort – has made him a sought-after partner by many nationally recognized manufacturers.

Whether turning raw lumber into a custom table for a West Hollywood dining room or designing a chair that is tailored to a hospital waiting room, the hallmarks of David’s designs are the same – clean lines, attention to detail and, above all, an obvious passion for his trade.