By Umeko Minako. Bench. Published at Thursday, February 01st, 2018 - 18:19:02 PM.
When choosing a garden bench remember that certain woods do not withstand the outside elements well. You will do well choosing cedar teak cypress and mahogany for instance. Another option although some people believe it takes away from the natural look is a wrought iron garden bench or a plastic garden bench. Finally concrete marble stone and granite are also beautiful and durable but unfortunately unless they have a cushion they are not very comfortable. When buying or building a wood garden bench remember the cardinal rule - the fewer screws and bolts the better the finished bench will look.
In the bathroom. Speaking of an indoor-outdoor bench a water-resistant bench can be put to good use in the bathroom as well. Tuck a small one inside a shower stall to act as a seat or to hold towels and bath products or pull one up to the tub as a place to set down a good book or a glass or wine while you’re having a relaxing soak. When you want to free up room again pull the bench back out to the patio.
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.
This budget-friendly storage bench is perfect for smaller entry spaces where functionality is key. Rush seats feel so French. This petite bench would look perfect in a quaint farmhouse. Clean lines and a red lacquer finish make this modern bench a showstopper.
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