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Blooma Denia Garden storage box
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The Denia garden storage box is an attractive and versatile piece of furniture for your garden.
- Maximum Load: 110kg
- Part of the Denia range & Designed to be stored underneath the Denia bench
- Features wheels for easy manoeuvrability
Features and benefits
The Denia storage box is an excellent storage and space saving solution for your garden or patio. The removable storage box fits perfectly underneath the Denia bench and includes a water-resistant bag, that provides a dry haven for your cushions (or anything else you may want to protect or store). It can be wheeled out to use as a coffee table or for extra seating.
- Made from sustainably sourced and hardwearing acacia wood
- A storage solution for your garden, terrace or balcony
- Has wheels so it can be moved and repositioned easily
- Matching furniture from the Denia range is available separately
Health and safety
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|Fittings & fixings included||Only fixings included|
Very poor quality and unsuitable for the task
Bryllig - 1 month ago
I bought one of these six months ago. The first day that it rained, the cushions I was storing inside got soaked - because it's not waterproof. it fails its main purpose as a garden storage box. It falls apart after being out in the weather. You need a larger storage box to store this box inside when it's cold or if it's not sunny. It's less able to cope with British weather than the cushions I was going to store in it! And you can't sit on it, it's too flimsy.
Great for the money!
Stephen A - 8 months ago
Got one in the clearance sale, went together easily enough with just one bottom corner needing a couple of mm's of cardboard shim to get things aligned. To fix the lid on, put the lid flat on the ground and lay the open hinges across the holes and then 'adjust' any of those pre-drilled holes before putting in the screws - worked for me. One last thing, the struts seem too powerful to ever get the lid down, or to stay down, so I left them off and will find a bit of chain.
Not bad for money
Busman2 - 9 months ago
Bought this but when fixing lid strut one broke off the thin spacer wood that attaches it to side ,not a very wise fixing which could be improved ,For the money i can't complain too much .Cover for bench and box would be nice but can't find one
RobW1lliams - 2 years ago
The piliot holes for hinge screws are out of alignment causing the lid to not close when assembled. Spent two hours sanding down the internal batons to get clearance for closure. Sorted? NO!!: When I fixed the soft-open arms (which I can't remove now) the lid just constantly pops up. Going to have to go to hardware store and improvise some sort of closure catch to keep the thing shut. Don't bother if your carpentry skills are good. Took me hours to hack into shape.
Good value for money and just what I wanted
Hillbillie - 2 years ago
The cushions are already stored inside the plastic bag provided and the boxes provided necessary extra seating for a party. They've filled the short term need (seating) and long term need (cushion storage) while looking great. Hoping they shall look great come spring!