Upholstered Bench – Studio William Hefner: This simple upholstered bench looks great in front of the wall of windows. It adds a cozier element to the clean lines of the space. High Contrast – Nicole Hollis Interior Design: The spare wooden bench, paired with the two upholstered wingback chairs and the large wall mirror, makes for a striking dining arrangement.
Simple Wooden Bench – Lonny: This bench and table set will fit with almost any contemporary decor. Plus, the roughly finished wood brings a little rustic to the modern lines. Built-in Bench – Bulthaup Kitchen Architecture: This mod bench is perfectly suited to the space since it’s affixed to the wall. It’s like the updated version of using an old church pew in the kitchen.
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These free bench plans will help you build a bench for any room in your home or outside on your patio or deck. When you’re finished you’ll have a high-quality bench that cost you way less than the one you would buy at a furniture store. The free bench plans contain everything you need to plan and execute your bench project. Blueprints, step-by-step directions, cut lists, material lists, and diagrams will take you through this beginning woodworking project and you’ll have your bench built in an afternoon or two.
Rustic arrangement for a compact dining room, furnished with a thin, rectangular-shaped dining table made out of walnut wood with a rough finish, fitted with a low-profile bench and four leather-upholstered chairs. Contemporary setup for a spacious, bright dining room with a long, rectangular dining table crafted out of bright birch wood with an unpainted finish. The room has two benches to provide seating, one with a back.
Square Table – Wanda Lozada Interior Design: We generally see benches used with long tables, but this square arrangement works as well. It’s a good way to provide contrast. Hideaway Seating – Kelly Donovan: The bench is perfect in this eat-in kitchen because tucking it under the table allows for the dining space to become another counter or prep space when necessary.