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.
Contemporary style for a spacious dining room with a dining table bench combo, fitted with surfaces made out of polished pine wood and a black-painted aluminum frame, finished off with some faux leather chairs. A rustic take on a dining room with an industrial style to it. The dining room is furnished with a unique dining table made out of rough, unpainted oak wood with a frame made out of old water pipes, providing an unusual sight.
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Having a bench, instead of dining chairs, at your dining table can actually do a lot for your space. It makes the dining area look more spacious, because you are doing away with visual volume in the form of seat backs. Benches are also useful for squeezing in more people around the table — good when you have guests over! Also, in an open-concept dining area, having a bench doesn’t break the visual flow between spaces, since it is low-slung.
A pretty cottage style set of wood. A rectangular tabletop (accommodating 8 persons) and a long seat of a 3-person backless bench are finished in glossy mid browns. Both items have sturdy trestle type bases painted in white. A cool rustic style woody set with a distressed finish in mid browns. A table has a rectangular top (housing 6-8 persons) and 2 sturdy thick upturned T-legs joined by a simple stretcher. Benches have upright angular legs and mid-height backrests.
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.