By Raymonde Hermine. Bench. Published at Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 - 14:03:57 PM.
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.
Bringing the picnic inside. The pure rustic nature of the table and white painted bench speaks to a picnic in the country. Who says picnics are only for outside?
Finally the colour match should be made properly. Some of the benches or furniture is made with dark wood some with light wood and some are even painted. Choosing the right colour is very important to enhance the look and appearance of the space. The very important quality of the cushion is to withstand different elements of the weather such as sun rain snow or humidity.
The material used for making cushions should be water-resistant and easy to clean. Some people prefer stowing their cushion when not in use but most never do that. So durable and long lasting cushions should be bought to avoid unnecessary replacement. Today cushions are even made with natural materials for the more green minded. Some of the most used materials are fibres bamboo long-lasting hemp cloth and cushions coated with vegetable oil for durability. The price of the pads varies with the quality and they are available in plenty of designs.
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