This smart looking shoe bench was build using a single 2 x 10 x 8 board. You heard me, one board. You will also need the free woodworking plans at the link to build a shoe bench like this.
This farmhouse bench was built using 2 x 4s, and is perfect for small spaces either indoors or out. At the link you can download the free plans and follow along with the step-by-step instructions.
This dining table bench features curved legs and is approximately 18 inches high. The cushion on top is optional and you can stain or finish it to suit your decor. Free building plans at link.
Build your own entryway bench with a modern farmhouse twist using the free woodworking plans presented at the link. It makes a great spot for putting on your shoes and even allows you to store your favourites underneath.
At the link you can download the free plans to build a modern bench with an angled base. you can modify the length to suit your space.
This rustic wooden bench is perfect for indoors or out. Remember if you plan to use it outdoors to use exterior grade lumber. Free plans at link.
Build this entry organizer bench for the area near your front door. Perfect for keeping shoes tucked away, it also has hooks for jackets as well as a shelf for odds and ends. You will find the free plans at the link.
This entryway bench measures 37 inches long x 11 inches wide x 18 inches tall but you can adjust those measurements to suit your space. Just follow along at the link and build your own using one 2 x 12 board.
Follow along at the link and learn how to build your own milking bench. It can be finished to look like a -found- item by your paint finish.
This hall tree bench may be the perfect piece to build for your entryway. It features a spot for baskets or shoes, a place to hang your coat or sweater and a mirror too. Build it using these free plans.