By Gemma Pietra. Bench. Published at Thursday, February 08th, 2018 - 19:04:34 PM.
The pop of red color and the handwoven seat make this bench something special. This bench with storage cubbies is perfect for large families or for someone who likes to display books shoes or magazines. Add baskets to conceal unattractive items and a pad on top for comfort.
As a divider. In an open floor plan creating small zones can give a room a more orderly feeling and be a more efficient use of space. Bordering a seating group or TV nook with a bench helps define that zone without creating a visual wall that might shrink the space. Plus a backless bench can be used from any direction allowing it to bridge different seating areas (or become an additional table for snacks or festive supplies).
As a coffee table. A simple bench with no back or sides is versatile enough to transform from a piece of seating to a table and back. Use a bench as your coffee table in a small seating group and you can always move it off to one side as an extra seat for a few guests at a bigger get-together. Use a serving tray or a few inexpensive books to create a perfectly flat surface for resting a coffee cup or cocktail or a decorative box to stash the remotes.
If you are looking to make a lasting change in your outdoor space you can’t beat the durability and style of built-in seating. Fresh patio furniture is fabulous but the right built-in bench designed to suit your space to a T can make your patio feel larger and more welcoming and ramp up the style.
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