Burnt orange cushions top custom-designed benches in this backyard featured on HGTV's The Outdoor Room. Host Jamie Durie transformed the large yard into a Balinese paradise with exotic plantings and intimate seating areas.
The benches were constructed on custom metal frames that lift for easy cleaning and maintenance. The wood breaks up the concrete and provides a comfortable place to rest, while the feather reed grass adds a natural touch.
As seen on Fixer Upper, Chip and Joanna opened up the entry hall and added a functional custom bench with handy storage compartments. The bench was designed by carpenter and furniture artisan Clint Harp.
With a bench on one side and a closet on the other, this mudroom makes removing shoes and jackets practically effortless. Tile floors prevent any snow and slush from creeping into the kitchen and ensure that the home stays picture-perfect.
Just off the kitchen, a casual dining room basks in the glow of the natural light from the large pay windows. A new, rustic dining table provides the family with a great space for making memories, while the contrasting black chairs make great statement pieces. Custom benches and cabinets are in place behind the dining table to create more seating and display the homeowners' vintage dishes.
Charged with creating a playroom for her clients' daughters, SuzAnn Kletzien set out to design a multipurpose space for play, study and possible sleepovers. A custom U-shaped storage bench and accompanying table anchor the space, while colorful upholstery and Moroccan-inspired accessories keep the eclectic space lively.
Perfect for entertaining large parties, a built-in bench curves around the entire lower section of this deck. Planter boxes are integrated into the bench, bringing a touch of color to the space. A band of composite decking in a different shade visually separates the stacked stone fire pit area.