Garden furniture like benches makes excellent outdoor companions. This furniture is great for patios, porches, and backyard sitting areas.
They are also portable, making them easy to carry around. These DIY designs and ideas will make your garden more attractive if you are thinking about adding garden benches to it.
Get inspired by our top-pick benches ideas to create the perfect outdoor entertainment area like garden seat.
- Bench Covered In The Arbor
If you love reading or relaxing in your garden, a garden bench won’t suffice, to fully enjoy the experience, you will need shade from the sun. The arbor-covered bench fits in the corner and creates a focal point in your garden.
- Repurposed Doors Make Outdoor Seating Possible
Don’t get rid of your worn-out door yet! Give it new life and transform it into something useful, like this wooden bench for your door.
- Victorian Garden Bench
Metal garden furniture will provide a strong seating area for your yard. You will be able to sit comfortably for hours if you add cushions!
- Choose The Wood Slat Design
This chic mid-century bench in walnut would be a great addition to any modern or traditional garden. It can be placed along the pathway to provide a refuge from the chaos.
- Wood, Concrete, And Metal Benches
Common materials for bench construction include wood, metal, and even plastic. What about making something unique and custom? It can withstand extreme outdoor conditions, thanks to its sturdy structure.
- Antique Cast Iron
Vintage bench could find a home in your garden. It will blend seamlessly into your garden if you find a place.
- Chrome Legs And A Wooden Bench
Warm wooden decks can extend your indoor living space outside. The DIY bench with chrome legs will create a beautiful outdoor living space.
- Modern L-Shaped Corner Floating Bench
The L-shaped corner bench will ensure that you don’t run out of seating for your friends and family. The floating feature and the pebbles underneath make it modern.
- Futuristic Metal Outdoor Stool
This bench is a sign of the future of its appearance and design. Its design is reminiscent of an eagle claw hook. The base is made of tungsten.
- Wagon Wheels
These wagon wheels are now in good condition and can be used on any vehicle. They now serve as support and arms for the rustic Western-style bench.
- DIY Customized Garden Bench
A simple painting project can transform an old bench. It’s just like this one. The artist can paint it sky blue and added a few branches of cherry blooms to it.
- Brick And Plank Together
A few bricks and a plank of wood could make a beautiful garden bench. It’s also easy to build! To make this project, you will need a few blocks and a plank.
- Metal Headboard Bench
Are you looking for the ways to make most out of an old, rusty metal frame bed frame? It’s not the best solution to throw it away. Get inspired by the DIY project, and you’ll be able to make it work again!
- Garden Seating That Is Stylish And Practical
This wooden bench can have curvy S shape and a trendy, natural look. It is long enough to accommodate a large group, making it practical.
- Bamboo Tree Trunk Bench
If you add a bamboo tree trunk bench to your tropical-themed backyard, it will be the talk of the neighborhood. The bamboo poles are bundled together cleverly and simply.
- Outdoor Fire Pit Seating
You can find tons of fire pit ideas online. The unique seating design is sunken into the pit with a wooden base.
- Garden Storage Bench
This garden storage bench is practical and functional. This garden storage bench doubles as extra seating and storage for throw pillows, when not in use.
- Metal Base And Glass Top Bench
The outdoor seating area has a metal base that supports it and can be seated on the shatterproof tabletop. Although there isn’t much to the design, it would make a big difference when paired with lush foliage.
- Garden Bench Wooden Pergola
Although a pergola can be used on its own, it can also work with other garden fixtures such as a patio or wooden bench.
- Pallet Bench With Planters For Base
To create a rustic bench in your yard, nail pallet wooden boards together. You should make sure that the pots you use are sturdy enough to support your weight.