By Umeko Minako. Bench. Published at Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 - 14:20:13 PM.
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.
In the foyer. Even in a large home the foyer or entry tends to be a relatively small area but so often we need a quick seat to slip off a boot wait for a slowpoke loved one or set down a package. A bench with a slim profile can be easily tucked against a wall leaving room to slip footwear below and hang jackets or leashes above so no more space is eaten up than necessary. Make sure to use a hardy material such as a rugged leather or microsuede so the occasional wet umbrella won’t spoil the look.
The pop of red color and the handwoven seat make this bench something special. This bench with storage cubbies is perfect for large families or for someone who likes to display books shoes or magazines. Add baskets to conceal unattractive items and a pad on top for comfort.
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.
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