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Bringing the picnic inside. The pure rustic nature of the table and white painted bench speaks to a picnic in the country. Who says picnics are only for outside?
Strengthening the overall design of a space. This kitchen and living space have strong horizontal lines running through them. Use of chairs would break that line and disrupt the intended flow through the space. In these rooms the bench becomes another important design element.
Originally intended as an outdoor bench this little number has a sleek stainless steel frame that makes it durable and eye-catching. Have you ever seen a bench so stately? Designed in Louis XV style this sofa-like bench is the kind of luxury dreams are made of.
Make room for kids and grown-ups. A unique design like the combo bench and table shown here can provide a perch for adults sipping wine just as easily as it can play host to toddler tea parties.
Who doesn't love a classic stripe? I would have a hard time passing this little lady up. Woven entirely by hand the cover of this bench is crafted to look like antique Turkish rugs.
Tuck a bench between planters for built-in shade. If you could use more shade in your patio consider installing a bench nestled between a pair of big planters filled with trees. Check with your local garden center to choose a variety that does well in a pot and works with...
Weather the elements with stone seating. A stacked stone bench and table have a rustic elegance that would be at home anywhere from New England to California and beyond. In the summer it can play host to gatherings plumped up with colorful cushions. In the winter it adds organic beauty...
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