Introduced in 1946, this bench remains a beautiful, functional combination of a wood platform and chrome-plated legs. Try it at the end of your bed, as a cocktail table or in your entryway. Its simplicity will never go out of style.
- designed by George Nelson
- part of the Herman Miller Collection
- Room & Board is an Authorized Herman Miller Retailer
Details & Dimensions
Care & Fit
Who Makes This?
Learn about modern classic furniture makers Herman Miller of Michigan
We'll deliver unlimited furniture items to for one flat rate per trip.
Ordering a single item? Delivery is only $129
Ship an unlimited amount of small accessories for free. Ship one large accessory item or a piece of small furniture for $25 via UPS Ground.
Get an unlimited number of small accessories delivered for this set rate.
Delivery rate for a single large accessory item or a piece of small furniture.
Free delivery on this item.View Options and Prices
Share this page:
Reviewed by 1 customer
Displaying review 1
- Durable finish
- Good height
- Great design
- Quality construction
- Luggage Stand In Bedroom
Customer comments about Nelson (TM) 48x18 Platform Bench w/Chrome Metal Base in Maple by Herman Miller®:
Have always wanted this bench. It is beautiful whether you use it to hold blankets books, luggage, or even nothing at all. Light and airy modern design. We chose the metal legs because our house has wood floors and walls and it makes an elegant contrast. We chose the 48" length so we have flexibility to use this in many ways in the future.
- I live in a:
- This product is used in my:
- Guest bedroom, Primary bedroom
Do you have questions about this product?
We're here to help with answers from our expert Design Associates.
Has anyone used this as a coffee table? How does it stand up with the slats when it comes to placing glasses/mugs on it?
ThereseAsked on 11/9/2013 by duceyduce from NYC
A:As with any of our wood tables, we would recommend using coasters to protect the wood. If the spacing of the slats is a concern, you could put a tray on the table.Answered on 11/11/2013 by Anonymous