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.
Rustic setting for a stylish dining room furnished with a rectangular dining table made out of reclaimed wood with a primitive, unfinished look. The table is fitted with a matching bench and a set of three metal dining chairs. Elegant setup for a compact dining room furnished with a long, rectangular-shaped dining table made out of dark oak wood with a polished finish, matched with a set of five chairs and a bench, all with faux leather seat cushions.
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An attractive rustic style dining set (for 6 persons) made of solid wood with a natural finish. A table has a rectangular top and 2 upturned T-like legs joined by 2 crossed stretchers. A bench has a rectangular seat and 2 inverted T-shaped legs. A pretty rustic style dining set (for 8 persons) of solid wood with a natural finish. A table has a rectangular top and 4 thick rectangular recessed block legs joined by a stretcher. Each of 4-person benches has a rectangular seat and 2 block legs.
There’s a wide style of bench plans below that include benches with and without backs. They’re built in a variety of wood and some are painted while others are stained. With all these options, I’m sure you’ll find the perfect bench plan for your home. That’s My Letter has built this useful shoe storage bench and is giving away the plan for free. Included are diagrams and step-by-step building instructions so even the most novice of builders can take on this project.
Whether you have a formal dining room or a small eat-in kitchen, adding a bench instead of individual chairs can be a great choice for many reasons. Not only can it be more economical (depending on how large your table is, the cost of your chairs can really add up!), but it can also make for a more versatile seating arrangement. Plus, you can often tuck the bench under the table and out of the way if you need more floor space.