By Margit Kornelia. Bench. Published at Saturday, March 24th, 2018 - 03:55:58 AM.
At the end of a bed. A sleek bench at the end of the bed gives you a place to prop a leg while tying a shoe or pulling on tights. It also acts as a beautiful visual anchor. Ideally the top of the bench should be a few inches below the finished top of the bedding (once sheets and duvets are factored in) for a pleasing play of heights. Accent it with a few books and baubles leave an aged wood one unadorned or dress it only in an interesting material like this subtle faux snakeskin.
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.
Maximize a small space with a custom fit. A small space filled with lots of small furniture just feels cluttered — you can actually seat more people and increase the sense of space with a built-in bench that fits perfectly.
Use one long bench for multiple seating areas. Make the most of your space by using a built-in bench long enough to span several seating areas. Vary the height of your bench so you can position an outdoor dining table at one end and make a lounge area at the other end.
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