Ron designed a bench that was flanked by two end panels joined together by boards called stringers. Seat slats nailed to the top stringers created a bench and then planter boxes were attached to each end panel.
This versatile bench has many uses, such as a place to sit while dressing, laying out clothes for the coming day, or just an inviting spot for relaxation.
Rather than standing in the corner of the room this timeout bench is a new place for your children to go. Learn how to build a Time Out bench using the free plans at the link. This is a very sturdy bench
This lovely wooden heart bench will make any entry warm and welcome, as well as provide a convenient place for you and your guests to remove their foot ware.
This foyer bench also doubles as a storage boot bench. No entryway is complete without one final accessory: a foyer bench.
Build the wood Entryway Storage Boot Bench with just a few tools and a small investment in materials! It can also be used as a bedroom storage bench or as a blanket chest…even a hope chest!
Although a few craftsmen are making fine medieval and Renaissance furniture, most of us still sit on directors chairs at events. This article is aimed at making some medieval seating more accessible.
This project shows how to make a strong, basic, outside stool; a very useful implement to have in any garden. More often than not, a sturdy garden stool is used for many purposes other than for just sitting on because it can easily be moved around.
We built this bench for along side a trail. Painted or stained or just allowed to weather, it would look fine in many settings or at the edge of your garden, lake or where ever.
Outdoor accents to your deck or patio can be both comfortable and useful. A planter bench can function much like a sofa or end table indoors. Scroll down the page at the link to find the free downloadable plan.