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Harris Home Interiors

ASID certified designer on staff and Lake of the Ozark's largest showroom

Pet Bench

Harris Special Price $380 – This beautifully upholstered “Pet Bench” is 21” h. x 54” w. x 16” d. sized to work with any full, queen or king size bed.  This bench is very well built to support man or animal and is equipped with Mighty Mover discs on the bottom to make it easy to move around without lifting.  Best of all, it is made right here at our work room, Camdenton Missouri, 100% USA!!!  The Harris Pet Benches shown in durable acrylic poly, woven camel colored tweed fabrics. Very reasonably priced at $380.00 as shown or we can upholster your Pet Bench in any fabric you choose for $290.00 plus the price of 3 yards of fabric.  Shipping charges are extra.

Just for fun – We have had so many clients tell us about their pets getting back or leg injuries as they get older as a result of jumping off the bed.  Others have mentioned hurting their own backs bending down to pick up their pet to put them on the bed.  We at Harris have come up with a product that not only solves both of those problems but also works as a sitting bench at the foot of your bed!

Storage Trunks with Nail Head Trim

One in Stock • Harris Special Price $375.00 (Pair) – Modeled brown all leather storage trunks with nail head trim.  Trunk dimensions are Medium (25”w. x 16.5”deep x 13”h.)  $189.00  – - Large (28”w x 191/4”d x 16”h) $249.00  – - Sale as a pair $375.00. Call in advance to hold item in your name.

Just for fun – A trunk, also known as a traveling chest, is a large cuboid container for holding clothes and other personal belongings, typically about 1.5 m (4 ft 11 in) wide, and .5 m (1 ft 8 in) each deep and high. They were most commonly used for extended periods away from home, such as for boarding school, or long trips abroad. Most trunks are now used as either furniture such as glass-covered coffee-tables or decorative storage for everything from blankets and linens to memorabilia and military paraphernalia. Trunks are differentiated from chests by their more rugged construction due to their intended use as luggage, instead of the latter’s pure storage.

Among the many styles of trunks there are Jenny Linds, saratogas, monitors, steamers, (or flat-tops) barrel-staves, bevel-tops, wardrobes, dome-tops, barrel-tops, wall trunks, and even full dresser trunks. These differing styles often only lasted for a decade or two as well, and—along with the hardware—can be extremely helpful in dating an unmarked trunk. Source Wikipedia