By Margit Kornelia. Bench. Published at Sunday, February 04th, 2018 - 18:19:27 PM.
Use one long bench for multiple seating areas. Make the most of your space by using a built-in bench long enough to span several seating areas. Vary the height of your bench so you can position an outdoor dining table at one end and make a lounge area at the other end.
If you're looking for a sleek piece of furniture for your entry this is the one for you. The pretty leather makes this bench an investment piece you'll enjoy for years and years. It's easy to add pattern to your entryway with this printed bench. Wouldn't it be nice to have a soft seat to use while pulling off those boots after a long day?
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).
An easy way to add comfort and functionality to even the coldest entryway is with a bench. Benches come in every style color and material you can dream up. They can be upholstered have storage and help introduce guests to your home's design right when they step in the front door. Here are a few of my favorites with something for every budget. — Danyelle from Dandee Designs
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