Adding a bench to the foot of your bed will make an ordinary room seem like a ritzy hotel suite. Plus even your shoes and coffee table books will look more glamorous next to a bench with mirrored or acrylic legs, like this padded bench selected by Claire Sulmers of Fashion Bomb Daily.
A window bench padded for comfort provides a spot for changing shoes. Cubbies below the bench offer storage for shoes and other accessories, with baskets in a tower of open shelves for organized storage of smaller items.
If you're tired of bending over when gardening or want to give your knees a rest, the Deep-Seat Garden Kneeler can flip over to become a padded bench. It's available in green or purple from Gardener's Supply Co. The kneeler can fold flat for carrying (it weighs 9 pounds) or storing. The tool pouch, which can be attached, is sold separately.
This chic space, as seen on HGTV's show Love It or List It Too, has many luxurious details. The tufted headboard adds comfort, while the soft linens and crocheted throw continue to add style and comfort. The padded bench at the foot of the bed adds extra seating, while its mirrored legs and frame make it a stylish addition to the space. The modern chandelier adds light while giving the space more style and personality.
This sophisticated gray bedroom features a sponge-style paint treatment on the walls for an elegant look. The bed features a padded headboard as well as a tufted bench at the foot of the bed. The room also includes a pair of contemporary nightstands as well as a comfortable armchair.
In one corner of a kitchen with sage green walls, a dining nook has been assembled, using a wood dining room table, padded corner bench and a wicker chair for additional seating. A wicker basket filled with an ornamental grass and floral centerpiece complement the style and artwork.
Lots of natural light makes a comfortable and relaxing environment for eating. A long window bench is padded with a white seat cushion and gray and white pillows. A traditional black, circular table with matching chairs catches the eye against the light room.